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Immanuel Kant was a German Enlightenment philosopher.

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This shows up a lot on his "Groundworks to the Metaphysics of Morals", without a prior definition, such as in Everything in nature works according to laws. Rational beings alone have the facult …
asked Jun 5 by Ezequiel Barbosa
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I'm taking ethic classes in college and the last author we studied was Kant, in his Groundwork for the metaphysic of morals, of which we read only the first book, where Kant states the good will is … the only thing that's good in itself. But now I'm left wondering, what about a bad will, does Kant say anything about it later in this book or in the Metaphysic of Morals proper? Is not the bad will also bad in itself? If it's not, then why? …
asked Apr 27 by Ezequiel Barbosa