Kant on Practical Justification Interpretive Essays
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This volume of new essays provides a comprehensive and structured examination of Kantian accounts of practical justification. This examination serves as a starting point for a focused investigation of the Kantian approach to justification in practical disciplines (ethics, legal and political philosophy or philosophy of religion). The recent growth of literature on this subject is not surprising given that Kant's approach seems so promising: he claims to be able to justify unconditional normative claims without recourse to assumptions, views or doctrines, which are not in their turn justifiable. Within the context of modern pluralism, this is exactly what the field needs: an approach which…
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Oxford University Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 4/9/2013
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 1.25" tall
Sorin Baiasu is a lecturer in philosophy at Keele University in England.
|Notes on Contributors|
|Introduction: Practical Justification in Kant|
|Kant's Rechtfertigung and the Epistemic Character of Practical Justification|
|Why Ought Implies Can|
|Kant on Practical Reason|
|Constructing Practical Justification: How Can the Categorical Imperative Justify Desire-based Actions?|
|Anthropology and Metaphysics in Kant's Categorical Imperative of Law: An Interpretation of Rechtslehre, ï¿½ï¿½B and C|
|Kant, Moral Obligation, and the Holy Will|
|Is Practical Justification in Kant Ultimately Dogmatic?|
|Constructivism and Self-constitution|
|Formal Approaches to Kant's Formula of Humanity|
|Kant's Grounding Project in The Doctrine of Virtue|
|Kant and Libertarianism|
|Kant's Practical Justification of Freedom|
|The Place of Kant's Theism in His Moral Philosophy|
|Freedom, Temporality, and Belief: A Reply to Hare|