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I have followed a course on theoretical as well as on practical philosophy, so I feel at least somewhat familiar with Kant's metaphysical project.

I am primarily interested in his ethics. I've read the Groundwork. Am I doing myself a disservice by diving into the second critique? Should I read the Metaphysics of Morals first?

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    AFAIK, Groundwork-2ndCritique-MetaphysicsOfMorals is the usual reading order, because also the publication order as well as order of length/relative simplicity. I don't think that there's any strict reason to prefer starting from any of them and proceeding specifically to one of the others, and it is also reasonable to factor in some of his other texts (e.g. the Religion and the 3rd Critique). Jul 3 at 15:13
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    @KristianBerry thank you!
    – Yorick
    Jul 5 at 19:20

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