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Hume grounds his ethics on human sentiment and utility, whereas Kant bases his ethics on the good will and the categorical imperative, explicitly rejecting the notion that moral worth has anything to do with the consequences, or utility, derived from the good will. Compare and contrast Hume and Kant’s views on the foundations of morality (sentiment vs. the good will) and the criteria for determiningmorally right action (utility vs. categorical imperative), and then argue for the one you find mostpersuasive.

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