Kant argues that all objective morality is built on top of the intrinsic value (dignity) of human life. Is there a conflict between successful business practices and Kant’s assertion that to act morally one must always treat other peoples as ends in-themselves, and never merely as a means to an end? Why or why not? In essence, does morality interfere with the bottom line? If you believe there is a conflict between maximizing profits and acting morally: Give some examples of immoral business practices from your experiences. Indicate possible resolutions to the conflict or at least theorize on moral ways of conducting business. If you believe there isn’t a conflict: Indicate examples that demonstrate how person hood is preserved in the business interaction. Theorize about how it was possible. What other conditions (country or state of residence, non-profit, church, etc…) were in play that made it possible to conduct business in a moral fashion. Be sure to used the word morality consistently with the discussion prompt.
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