However, we notice that Schopenhauer, and the religiously serious, don't seem to do much laughing -- at some times and places, for moral, political, and religious reasons, laughter has been made virtually .
This sharply separated the moral issue, which was forgiveness, from the religious issues of salvation, which is assured for the believer, and pollution, which must be purified.
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God authorizes three legitimate ways for people to obtainproperty from others. Gambling not only does not fit any of them,but it clearly contradicts and undermines them. Hence, it is amorally illegitimate way of obtaining others' possessions. If itdoes not fit these categories, then what category does it fit?Consider the next point.
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As it happens, Kant gives us an example of altruistic moralism hard on the heels of his duty to preserve one's own life: "To be kind where one can is a duty" [, p.14, , p.398].
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What is interesting in this example may be the belief through much of history, which has not vanished even in the present, that lending money at is immoral.
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Shortly after self-preservation, Kant gives us an even more problematic example of egoistic moralism: "To secure one's own happiness is at least indirectly a duty" [, p.15, , p.399].
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After Kant's examination of these four examples of moral duties, he does cite a distinction that looks like a mitigation of his moralism, that we have a "stricker or narrower" duty when we cannot a universalized maxim without contradiction, while a maxim we can only without contradiction would be a "broader" or merely "meritorious" duty.
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We find in the that this is no less than Kant's argument for as a "Postulate of Practical Reason" -- we need in order to meet the categorical moral requirement of perfection -- one of the most clearly Christian moments in Kant, since it was Jesus who said, "Be ye therefore perfect, even as your Father which is in heaven is perfect" [Matthew 5:48].
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Indeed, historically this may be the principal goal of deterrence, as we even see reflected in the Chinese saying, , "Punish one, warn a hundred." Public executions, often involving grisly tortures and mutilations, were formerly popular both East and West, certainly with the understanding that the spectacle was morally edifying for the spectators, both to demonstrate justice done and to caution possible wrongdoers.