Is this guy's thinking more inclined towards Kant's philosophy or utilitarianism

Philosophy Asked by Shad on October 29, 2020

Suppose there is a young adult guy who is suffering from chronic illness.
He recently lost his job because of his illness and feels things are only going to get worst for him in the future with his health.

There is a relative of his who learns about his situation and offers to support him financially so he can try again.

But the guy is refusing to take the financial support and saying it’s better this support is given to someone, you know, who is more promising investment, someone younger and healthier, for the greater good.

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