Ends and Means in the Perspective of Categorical Imperative
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The author undertakes to reconstruct Kantian analysis of instrumental rationality in the 'Foundations of Metaphysics of Morals'. He argues that Kant's arguments are crucial for the understanding of wanting, and especially for identification of epistemic conditions of wanting. He also points out that Kant's writings contain two different concepts of the subject. Each presupposes a different conception of rationality.
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