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Organization, Regulations, and Courses 2017-18


PHIL 16.02 Kant on Moral, Legal, and Political Philosophy

According to Kant’s influential account of morality, how an agent understands her own actions determines their moral status.  An act that is innocuous in its external guise might be morally problematic because of its internal principle.  Kant supplements this with an account of how we ought to relate to other persons in external respects.  This “doctrine of right” offers a compelling alternative to more widely known political and legal philosophies.  This class will provide a unified introduction to both parts of Kant’s attempt to understand the normative implications of agency.

Instructor

Rosenkoetter

Prerequisite

One course in Philosophy, or permission of the instructor.

Distributive and/or World Culture

Dist:TMV; WCult:W

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Offered

18W: 2