Understanding Kant's Ethics by Michael Cholbi

Understanding Kant's Ethics

Michael Cholbi

242 pages missing pub info (editions)

nonfiction history philosophy challenging informative medium-paced

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Kant's ethical thought remains one of the most influential, yet notoriously challenging, systems in the history of philosophy. This volume provides a sympathetic but critical reconstruction of the main strands of Kant's ethics, focusing on the mos...

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