What would Immanuel Kant say about a fender bender? In a surprisingly funny trip through the teachings of some of history's great philosophers, TV writer and producer MichaelSchur (from hit shows like "The Office" and "The Good Place") talks through how to confront life's moral dilemmas - and shows how understanding ethical theories can help you makebetter, kinder decisions.
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