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mvnator

They're unrelated, but yeah, Cap was more right than Stark. Worthiness is determined by what Odin thinks is worthy, it's not a universal measure of virtue. It's also dynamic, depending on the situation you can be temporarily worthy. But Cap was right that it was better to be free but responsible for your actions than controlled but without responsibility. It's why it's a Cap film.

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pedopolice

nope. the worthy part is prettt vague because Odin was the one who casted the spell, so captain should be worthy according Odin's value.

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ozamabeanladen

He wasn't worthy at that time. He tried to lift the hammer before

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ionchannel

I still think he was able to lift it but didn't since it wasn't really needed. There's a reason thor was afraid and said I knew it in Endgame. Would also fit Cap's character..

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goelfyourself

It is self perception of worthiness so it doesn't matter

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jynx712

Stark’s views in CW was selfish. It was all guilt. If Ross got his way, the events in Infinity War would have been much worse.

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sbnelsontc88

Cap was right about everything....

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self_offender

Your worthy doesn’t make your decision right

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sagesaver

Who's view? Thor's? He did not lift it but he was able to and he did not want to at that moment. He felt as though Thor should be the only one worthy in everyone's eyes

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crvnkz

Being "worthy" does not necessarily mean you're right, I think. I think it means that you're doing something you firmly believe is the "right" thing to do, under the premisse that it's for the best of everybody. Just my own interpretation though.

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