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Essay heading: From Kaffir Boy
 
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Kant?s idea basically dealt with how humans saw the world depending on how they lived it. If someone had a good life they would consider life to be wonderful. If someone lived an unfortunate life then they would see the world as a cruel unjust place. Kant also believed that everyone has innate moral reason, and that moral actions are ones we perform out of a sense of duty...
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Kant?s idea basically dealt with how humans saw the world depending on how they lived it. If someone had a good life they would consider life to be wonderful. If someone lived an unfortunate life then they would see the world as a cruel unjust place. Kant also believed that everyone has innate moral reason, and that moral actions are ones we perform out of a sense of duty...
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