Introduction to Moral Heteronomy. History, Proposals, Arguments

Dialegesthai. Rivista Telematica di Filosofia 19 (Thematic issue) (2017)
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An introduction to how heteronomous views address the topic of moral autonomy. In the first section I provide a short history of the rise of the autonomy stance in meta ethics. Then I sketch the relationship between Kant and mainstream contemporary Kantians. I finally outline a summary of the papers in the special issue of Dialegesthai.



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Daniele Bertini
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