From Immanuel Kant’s “Fundamental Principles of the Metaphysics of Morals,” the notion of “categorical imperatives” regulates the morality of actions that affect

From Immanuel Kant’s “Fundamental Principles of the
Metaphysics of Morals,” the notion of “categorical imperatives”
regulates the morality of actions that affect us individually, hence
according to Kant’s principle, would it be morally right to refuse
to take a potentially life-saving medication, though extremely
painful and experimental treatment, while being diagnosed
terminally ill? Why or why not? What specific reasons do you
have to support or to refute Kant’s principle? Follow the following
guidelines: 1) Clarify the problem, 2) Possible responses? 3)
Picture each response’s moral implications, 4) what’s best? 5)
Compare alternatives.
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