Indicates a significant development in approaches to Kant's ethics, offering a systematic interpretation and assessment of Kant's theory of virtue.
Table of Contents
Acknowledgments; List of abbreviations; Introduction;
1. The good will, moral worth, and duty: concerns about Kant's rationalist moral psychology;
2. Kant's Conception of Virtue and the autocracy of Pure Practical Reason;
3. Virtue, human nature, and moral health: Kant's dispute with Schiller;
4. The moral psychology of Kantian virtue; Conclusion: Kant's considered account of moral character and the good will reconsidered.
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