Kant on Persons and Agency

Kant on Persons and Agency

Watkins, Eric (University of California, San Diego)

Cambridge University Press






15 a 20 dias

This volume investigates Kant's conception of what a human being is and how a human being can act autonomously. Scholars explore fundamental topics such as freedom, autonomy, and personhood from both practical and theoretical perspectives, and consider their importance within Kant's wider system of philosophy.
Introduction Eric Watkins; Part I. Autonomy: 1. The unconditioned goodness of the good will Eric Watkins; 2. Universal law Allen Wood; 3. Understanding autonomy: form and content of practical knowledge Stephen Engstrom; 4. The principle of autonomy in Kant's moral theory: its rise and fall Pauline Kleingeld; Part II. Freedom: 5. Evil and practical reason Lucy Allais; 6. Freedom as a postulate Marcus Willaschek; 7. Kant's struggle for freedom: freedom of will in Kant and Reinhold Paul Guyer; 8. The practice of self-consciousness: Kant on nature, freedom, and morality Dieter Sturma; Part III. Persons: 9. Kant's multiple concepts of person Beatrice Longuenesse; 10. We are not alone: a place for animals in Kant's ethics Barbara Herman; 11. The dynamism of reason in Kant and Hegel Robert Pippin; Part IV. Conclusion: 12. Once again: the end of all things Karl Ameriks.
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