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So no one can clearheadedly deny that moral duties are binding on everybody, and in that sense Kant's categorical imperative does appear to be axiomatic.
Subjective rationality is a matter of acting in accordance with one's perceptions and beliefs about the situation; objective rationality is a matter of acting clearheadedly, with full knowledge of the relevant action situation.