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Immanuel Kant's moral theory, Roger J. Sullivan

Label
Immanuel Kant's moral theory
Title
Immanuel Kant's moral theory
Statement of responsibility
Roger J. Sullivan
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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1928-
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Sullivan, Roger J.
Dewey number
170/.92/4
Index
index present
LC call number
B2799.E8
LC item number
S83 1989
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Ethics
Label
Immanuel Kant's moral theory, Roger J. Sullivan
Link
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes indexes
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 384-396
Contents
  • Can there be synthetic a priori judgments?
  • Ideas of reason
  • Questions of methodology
  • The nature of morality
  • The nature of human action
  • The exercise of causal power
  • Always goal directed
  • The presence of desires
  • Practical rules
  • The task ahead
  • Immanuel Kant's life
  • Prudence: taking care of our own interests
  • Desires, inclinations, and self-interest
  • Prudential reasoning
  • Technical imperatives
  • Prudential imperatives
  • The amorality of prudence
  • Past errors
  • What can be learned
  • Morality: living autonomously
  • Freedom
  • Kant's audiences
  • Autonomy
  • Moral rules
  • The Categorical Imperative
  • Obligatory, forbidden, or permissible
  • Narrow and wide duties
  • Moral judgment
  • Erroneous moral judgments
  • The infallibility of conscience
  • Morally obligatory ends
  • Objective ends
  • Kant's respect for ordinary moral thinking
  • Right actions
  • A "good will"
  • Kinds of practical goods
  • A system of obligatory ends
  • Conflicts between moral rules
  • The defense of morality
  • How is morality possible?
  • Why this is a problem
  • Kant's first argument: Part I
  • Kant's first argument: Part II
  • Kant's debt to Pietism
  • Kant's second argument
  • Relating the two viewpoints
  • Metaphysical questions
  • The primacy of morality
  • A brief history
  • The grounds for primacy
  • The limitations of theoretical reasoning
  • Kant and the Enlightenment
  • The context for Kant's moral philosophy
  • Kant's response to skepticism
  • A priori and a posteriori knowledge claims
Control code
ocm17872018
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
413 p.
Isbn
9780521369084
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
88010225
System control number
(OCoLC)17872018
Label
Immanuel Kant's moral theory, Roger J. Sullivan
Link
Publication
Note
Includes indexes
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 384-396
Contents
  • Can there be synthetic a priori judgments?
  • Ideas of reason
  • Questions of methodology
  • The nature of morality
  • The nature of human action
  • The exercise of causal power
  • Always goal directed
  • The presence of desires
  • Practical rules
  • The task ahead
  • Immanuel Kant's life
  • Prudence: taking care of our own interests
  • Desires, inclinations, and self-interest
  • Prudential reasoning
  • Technical imperatives
  • Prudential imperatives
  • The amorality of prudence
  • Past errors
  • What can be learned
  • Morality: living autonomously
  • Freedom
  • Kant's audiences
  • Autonomy
  • Moral rules
  • The Categorical Imperative
  • Obligatory, forbidden, or permissible
  • Narrow and wide duties
  • Moral judgment
  • Erroneous moral judgments
  • The infallibility of conscience
  • Morally obligatory ends
  • Objective ends
  • Kant's respect for ordinary moral thinking
  • Right actions
  • A "good will"
  • Kinds of practical goods
  • A system of obligatory ends
  • Conflicts between moral rules
  • The defense of morality
  • How is morality possible?
  • Why this is a problem
  • Kant's first argument: Part I
  • Kant's first argument: Part II
  • Kant's debt to Pietism
  • Kant's second argument
  • Relating the two viewpoints
  • Metaphysical questions
  • The primacy of morality
  • A brief history
  • The grounds for primacy
  • The limitations of theoretical reasoning
  • Kant and the Enlightenment
  • The context for Kant's moral philosophy
  • Kant's response to skepticism
  • A priori and a posteriori knowledge claims
Control code
ocm17872018
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
413 p.
Isbn
9780521369084
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
88010225
System control number
(OCoLC)17872018

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