Help!! I'm working on a paper on Kantian theory. (Mmmm. LOVE that Philosophy...) I need to come up with an example of how Kant "makes obligatory an action that we take to be obviously wrong." I'm drawing a blank. Complete blank.
My best thought so far was "everyone (in the US) should drive on the right side of the road." *sigh* And the reason it's "wrong" is that if there is someone - like a biker, walker, etc - in the road, we'd be obligated to plow 'em down, since we're morally obligated to drive on the right side of the road. This sucks.