The Business Ethics Workshop, v1.0: "Chapter 2, Section 3: Immanuel Kant: The Duties of the Categorical Imperative"

Read this section, which shows some of the difficulties of an objective, "categorical" approach. Do the circumstances affect the morality of lying, or is it always wrong to lie? Is it really lying if Weinstein chooses not to write the book? Is there conflict between telling the truth and the imperative of dignity in Weinstein's dilemma?