deception and coercion as they relate to sexual behavior

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Philosophy

 

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Damon D

 

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October 8, 2015

 

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College

 

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This act becomes immoral when the other person would come to a different conclusion if provided all the information.
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Both deception and coercion violate Kant's principle that it is morally wrong to treat a person merely as a means. Through deception when lying or withholding information one person is affecting the other's ability to reason properly. This is an immoral act and clearly uses the person merely as a means...
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