The considerable extensions and refinements undertaken by Kant in comparison with his earlier works, above all in his "Doctrine of Virtue”, are shown to be of relevance to contemporary modern debates on theoretical moral questions.The papers collected in this volume each discuss Kant’s central ideas in the context of his earlier writings on ethics and within the context of our contemporary ethical debates. Thus the significance and possible extent of an ethics of virtue understood in the Kantian sense become clear.
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About the Author
Monika Betzler, University of Berne, Switzerland.