Practice and Realization: Studies in Kant S Moral Philosophy

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The present book is an exp]oration of some basic issues of Kant's moral phi losophy. The point of departure is the concept offreedom and the self-legisla tion of reason. Since self-Iegislation is expressed in the sphere of practice or morality, it is meant to overcome some of the vulnerable aspects of Kant's theoretical philosophy, namely that which Kant himself pointed to and called the 'lucky chance, ' in so far as the application of reason to sensuous data is concerned. The book attempts to show that Kant's practical or ...

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