Consider the following two people:
- The Sympathetic Do-Gooder: This person does good acts because he feels an immediate inclination and gets a "warm fuzzy feeling" when he does it.
- The Unsympathetic Duty-Doer: This person does not feel any sympathy with those who suffer. Rather, she helps those in need reluctantly and miserably because she feels it is her duty.
For Kant, which person's action has greater moral worth? Why?
Due Friday at noon.