Q: While sitting in your favorite restaurant, you overhear the owner tell a mildly racist joke to one of the other customers. You come here a lot and you know the owner in passing, while the person to whom he is speaking is a stranger to you but clearly is a friend of the owner. You have never seen (or heard) the owner do anything of this sort before.
What would the philosopher Kant, and his namesake moral theory suggest you should do? Use the principles of the theory to justify your decision(s) (i.e. the two formulations of the categorical imperative).
Remember: Donâ€™t just tell us what they would suggest doing; show us why they would recommend doing it as well, citing relevant information from the case and the theory.
Requirments: Two paragraphs