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Immanuel Kant was a German Enlightenment philosopher.

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I took an introductory moral philosophy class at Stanford a few years ago, and had the distinct privilege of being introduced to Kant by way of Groundwork of the Metaphysics of Morals, Harvard … scholar Christine Korsgaard's thoughtful critique thereof, and Michael Sandel's accessible commentary in Justice. I would enthusiastically recommend immersing yourself in a combination of these texts for an introduction to Kant and to his immensely powerful "Categorical Objective." …
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Kant offers a significant contribution to our discourse on moral philosophy in Metaphysics, with a constellation of principles from his basic starting point--the notion that human beings are rational … the basis of "duty"), Kant defines morality as "the condition under which alone a rational human being can be an end in itself" by his guiding concept: the "categorical imperative," or the exercise of …
answered Feb 4 '13 by goingglacial