Rational Agency and Normative Concepts

  • Geoffrey Sayre-McCord
  • Published 2005


As Kant emphasized, famously, there’s a difference between merely acting in accord with duty and acting from duty, where the latter requires a distinctive capacity. More generally, there is a difference between conforming to norms (intentionally or not, from ulterior motives or not) and doing what one does because one judges it to be morally good or right… (More)


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