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    Implications of Universalizability for Moral Reasoning

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    1. Interpret the implications of universalizability for moral reasoning and give an example for a sales associate.
    2. It is said we give up a great deal of information in order to enjoy the benefits of the internet commerce what are some of the information types we give up most and how justified is the trade-off?

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    1. Universalizability for moral reasoning implicates that moral reasoning is universal for most people and in many different facets. Since most people have similar values, this is not surprising as values are based on morality and the universalizabtility of morality means that most people have ...