Comparing Kant's Argument Of The Murderer At The Door

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Kant is wrong in his argument, of the"Murderer at the Door" case, because what he is stating is absolutely illogical and has no human reasoning supporting it. "The Murderer at the Door" case is simply stating that if you lie to the murderer about where your friend is located, then it can cause your life to be altered, but then again, if you tell the murderer where your friend is, you are just as guilty as the murderer because you told the murderer the whereabouts of your friend. Since either way your life would be altered in both situations, are you really doing the right thing by telling the truth?
Two objections from Hume include that morality is feeling, affect, or sentiment.Secondly, David Hume (1896) author
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