# Epi 07 A Deal is a Deal

## lessons in lying

How is morality possible
How is categorical imperative possible

::If the utilitarian is true, if I am the only subject of the deliverances of my sense, the pain, the pleasure, the pain and appetite, if that’s all there were to humanity, we wouldn’t be freedom because in that case every exercise of will would be conditioned by the desire for some objects::

How is categorical imperative possible
Only because the idea of freedom makes myself as members of intelligible world.

::It is because of the two standpoints that the realm of freedom and the real of necessity, there is always potentially a gap between what we do and what we ought to do::

A lie and a misleading truth
Kant based morality not on consequenlist but on moral law

## A Deal is a Deal

Justice arise from social contract

It is exceptional contract in the sense that it is not actual contract but rather the idea of reasons.

John Rawls
justice from the Hypothetical agreement
Critics of utilitarian

veil of igorance 

::what is the moral force of this kind of hypothetical agreement ?::
Behind the veil of ignorance
equal of knowledge in different parties
equal of bargain power in different parties
veil of ignorance create a equality
by ruling out the difference of knowledge and power
::What is the moral force of the actual contracts?::
1. How do the actual contracts bind or obligate?
1. benefit-based => reciprocity
Instruments of mutual benefits
difference of knowledge in different parties
2. consent-based => autonomy
difference of bargain power in different parties
2. How do they justify the terms they produce?
1. They don’t
2. Actual contracts are not self-suffiencit

3. Moral limited of actual contracts
1. Mutual agreements doesn’t means fairness
2.  A contract is not sufficient or not even the necessity condition of there being a obligation
David Hume

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