1)According to Hume, moral judgments are based on sentiment or internal feeling rather than exclusively on reason, but he does say that reason or facts have a role to play. Explain what part reason and sentiment play in his empirical theory of ethics.
2)Based on Hume’s view about the nature of morality, what do you think he would suggest is the reason(s) why people engage in immoral acts and based on this, how might he suggest we should prevent such acts from occurring either in ourselves or in others?
3)The concept of autonomy plays a central role in Kant’s moral view.What is autonomy?Choose at least two aspects of Kants view that are informed or motivated by this concept and explain that connection.(hint: the concept of autonomy or freedom or being the source of your own behavior lies behind the first two principles of morality, the Kingdom of Ends, the tests of the categorical imperative, etc.)
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