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Pauline Kleingeld on Kant

One of the few points of consensus in the Kantian literature is that Kant’s Moral Law is binding universally (for all rational agents) and unconditionally (irrespective of the agents’ particular interests). ...
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The Cognitive and Ontological Dimensions of Naturalness

Debates about naturalness go far back into the history of philosophy – just think of the famous (yet somewhat morbid) metaphor of cutting nature at its joints, harking back to Plato's Phaedrus. The same is t...
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