BOOK REVIEW: GUYER, PAUL. Kant on the Rationality of Morality (Cambridge University Press, 2019, 73p. )
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Abstract I discuss Paul Guyer’s contribution to the Cambridge Elements: The Philosophy of Immanuel Kant series. The author argues that Kant derives the fundamental principle and the object of morality from the fundamental principles of reason (the law of noncontradiction, of excluded middle and the principle of sufficient reason). I provide an overview of its chapters and discuss some of its main interpretative claims.
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