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    Reason in Ethics, Intention & Outcome

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    Can ethics exist without reason (that is, critical thinking)?
    Which matters more, the intention or the outcome of an act? Explain.

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    The solution is a concise narrative discussing ethics in relation to reason (the exercise of critical thinking) and the importance of intention or outcome in relation to judging a particular act.