I put 5 sources based on the files that I attached, however, if you need to add more, please let me know. *No plagiarism* please! The topic is this: 11. Why, according to Immanuel Kant, is it always, under any and all circumstances, wrong to tell a lie from benevolent motives? Your account of Kant’s position should cover the argument from the Categorical Imperative and the line of reasoning pursued in the essay titled “On a Supposed Right to Tell Lies from Benevolent Motives.” Do you agree with Kant’s views about lying? You should discuss the most serious objection or objections to the position you defend.