Kant Grounding In Albert Camus The Stranger

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Kant Grounding is a believer in morality, more into the categorical perspective. He follows the objective, necessary, and unconditional rules that we need to think before agreeing on a desire. I feel like he believes the point on doing something is for the outcome can be good for something, instead of making you happy. Putting how the action is going to get to you instead of the effect that it will give you. Albert Camus writes about a character that is very ethical. Very honest very unemotional. The character in the The Stranger, is very amoral. He does not know the difference between the good and bad. A lot of tragedy happened and he did not respond with any type of emotion. Some of the things that has happened that would leave a scar
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