The ethical reasoning to consider applying in this symposium is the categorical imperative. Consider how you may use it and adapt its implications to assessing the issue at hand. The topic for discussion is the ethical responsibility of energy production and consumption.
Consider how you might apply the reasoning of the Categorical Imperative, in its full implications, to the issues of choosing our electricity providers and methods. Non-renewable vs. renewable, polluting vs. clean energy. Coal, oil, nuclear, etc. vs. options like hydro, solar and wind power, etc.
How do we produce energy, and what are the stakes of our decisions? What do we stand for in our choices? What values are we committing ourselves to, as a principle, by choosing or not choosing one option or another.
Consider the following sources in addition to the ethical philosophy from Kant to make your analysis:
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