Sunday, December 17, 2006

The right and the good

Over at PEA Soup there is an interesting discussion about the role of values in Kant's ethics. In particular, the question is whether recent interpretations, such as those proposed by Wood, Guyer and Herman, are mistaken in taking the good as the ground of obligation and whether we should stick to the traditional understanding by denying that the right is grounded in the good.


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