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Title Kant on moral autonomy [electronic resource] / edited by Oliver Sensen.
Publication Info. Cambridge [England] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, c2013.
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Description 1 online resource.
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Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Machine generated contents note: 1. Introduction Oliver Sensen; Part I. Kant's Conception of Autonomy: 2. Kantian autonomy and contemporary ideas of autonomy Thomas Hill; 3. Kant's conception of autonomy as sovereignty Andrews Reath; 4. Vindicating autonomy: Kant, Sartre, and O'Neill Karl Ameriks; 5. Progress toward autonomy Paul Guyer; Part II. The Development and Influence of Kant's Conception: 6. Transcending nature, unifying reason: on Kant's debt to Rousseau Richard Velkley; 7. Kant and the 'paradox' of autonomy Susan Shell; 8. Autonomy in Kant and German Idealism Henry Allison; 9. Autonomy after Kant Jerome Schneewind; 10. Personal autonomy and public authority Katrin Flikschuh; Part III. The Moral Significance of Kant's Conception: 11. Moralized nature, naturalized autonomy -- Kant's way of bridging the gap in the Third Critique (and in the Groundwork) Heiner Klemme; 12. Autonomy and moral regard for ends Jens Timmermann; 13. 'A Free Will and a Will Under Moral Laws are the Same': Kant's concept of autonomy and his Thesis of Analyticity in Groundwork III Dieter Schönecker; 14. Morality and autonomy Philip Stratton-Lake; 15. The significance of autonomy Oliver Sensen; Postscript Onora O'Neill.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Perth, W.A. Available via World Wide Web.
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Subject Kant, Immanuel, 1724-1804.
Free will and determinism.
Added Author Sensen, Oliver.
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Related To Original 9781107004863 1107004861 (DLC) 2012020416
ISBN 9781139844666 (electronic bk.)
1139844660 (electronic bk.)
9781107004863 (hardback)
1107004861 (hardback)
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