The Metaphysical Elements of Ethics

The Metaphysical Elements of Ethics

Immanuel Kant

Ethics was at one stage described as "a system of Moral Philosophy".

In this volume Kant attempts to outline a system of pure rational concepts, a metaphysic, for that system.

Across it's 18 chapters it describes what could be called The Doctrine of Duties to uphold that system.

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