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Practical philosophy / Immanuel Kant; translated and edited by Mary J. Gregor. ; general introduction by Allen Wood

By: Kant, Immanuel, (1724-1804) [].
Contributor(s): Gregor, Mary [Translator].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: The Cambridge edition of the works of Immanuel Kant.Publisher: [Cambridge] Cambridge University Press 1996Description: xxxiii,668σ. [χ.ε.] 24εκ.ISBN: 0521371031.Subject(s): Ηθική | Κριτική φιλοσοφίαDDC classification: 170
Contents:
Περιεχόμενα: Review of Schulz's Attempt at an introduction to a doctrine of morals for all human beings regardless of different religions -- An answer to the question, what is enlightenment? -- On the wrongfulness of unauthorized publication of books -- Groundwork of the metaphysics of morals -- Review of Gottlieb Hufeland's Essay on the principle of natural right -- Kraus' review of Ulrich's Eleutheriology -- Critique of practical reason -- On the common saying, that may be correct in theory, but it is of no use in practice -- Toward perpetual peace -- The metaphysics of morals -- On a supposed right to lie from philanthropy -- On turning out books.
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Περιεχόμενα: Review of Schulz's Attempt at an introduction to a doctrine of morals for all human beings regardless of different religions -- An answer to the question, what is enlightenment? -- On the wrongfulness of unauthorized publication of books -- Groundwork of the metaphysics of morals -- Review of Gottlieb Hufeland's Essay on the principle of natural right -- Kraus' review of Ulrich's Eleutheriology -- Critique of practical reason -- On the common saying, that may be correct in theory, but it is of no use in practice -- Toward perpetual peace -- The metaphysics of morals -- On a supposed right to lie from philanthropy -- On turning out books.

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