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For the passage below, give:
1) an explanation of what Kant means in the passage quoted (both quotes!),
2) the general context in which it occurs, and
3) how that which Kant intends to communicate through the quote fits into the Grounding as a whole.
â€œAct in such a way that you treat humanity, whether in your own person or in the person of another, always at the same time as an end and never simply as a means.â€ (p. 36) I am not sure about the page in the attachment
â€œThis principle of humanity and of every rational nature generally as an end in itself is the supreme limiting condition of every manâ€™s freedom of action. This principle is not borrowed from experience, . . .â€ (p. 37) I am not sure about the page in the attachment