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1. True.

Technically Robinson Crusoes actions were not wrong based on the deontological
theory, as this theory is based solely on the presence of established rules.
2. D. The idea of the rational will of the people and also based off of the theoretical idea that if
this was applied universally, it would affect our lives. An action should somewhat be based
on the consequences, not the end goal intended according to Kant.
3. Simply put, a hypothetical imperative is that which is based upon a persons wants or
desires, while a categorical imperative doesn't take desire into consideration, as it is a
reason based imperative. It considers an action based on the consequences, not based on
why a person does so. The categorical imperative is far more pragmatic than the
hypothetical imperative.
4. Which imperative, hypothetical or categorical, is the reason people commit/do not commit