Kantian Ethics and Socialism

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Hackett Publishing, 1988 - Philosophy - 370 pages
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Linden characterizes as inherently amoral and overly-deterministic, and one of the major limitations of his largely impressive book is his exaggeration of these tendencies within Marxism.
 

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Contents

The Highest
3
Imperative
18
Moral Commitment and the Limits
42
Hope
91
Inconsistency
116
The Cunning of Nature and the Society
142
The Highest Political Good and the Highest
153
Moral
165
Part
195
and Critique
240
Summary and Conclusion
288
Notes
309
Works Cited 349
11
Index 361
15
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