Moral Consciousness and the Fact of Reason

@inproceedings{Kleingeld2010MoralCA,
  title={Moral Consciousness and the Fact of Reason},
  author={P. Kleingeld},
  year={2010}
}
A intrigante discussão feita por Kant sobre o “fato da razão” se encontra exatamente no centro do argumento da Crítica da Razão Prática. Kant introduz tal noção ao argumentar que a razão pura é prática, o que consiste na principal tarefa do primeiro capítulo da Analítica. Tendo afirmado que “nós” temos uma “consciência da lei moral” e que isso nos leva ao conceito de liberdade da vontade (KpV, AA 5: 29-30), Kant argumenta que a consciência da lei moral pode ser chamada de um “fato da razão… Expand
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