Naturalism and realism in Kant’s ethics, de Frederick Raucher

  • Darlei Dall’Agnol Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina

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Professor Rauscher’s book has two main goals: first, to show that Kant’s ethics is compatible with metaphysical naturalism, that is, with the philosophical thesis that no entity outside empirically real nature in space and time is needed; second, to determine the extent to which Kant is a moral realist. As can be seen, Professor Rauscher is not concerned with producing just an exegetical work, and he even recognizes that Kant’s writings are sometimes inconsistent with elements of his interpretation. This is one of the reasons why this is a much welcome book, not only for scholars of Kant, but, more importantly, for philosophers in general.

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2017-06-15