In Defense of Kant's Doctrine of the Highest Good

  • Barnes G
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Abstract

Many commentators have said that kant's doctrine of the highest good - as expressed in the second critique, for example - is seriously flawed both in itself and in that it contradicts other important claims of kant's moral philosophy. i advance an interpretation of kant's doctrine on which it suffers from none of these alleged flaws.

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  • Duty
  • Ethics
  • Good
  • Happiness
  • Kant

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  • Gerald W Barnes

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