Kant's Idea about the Methodology of Pure Practical Reason

Modern Philosophy 6:68-73 (2008)
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Article based on the analysis of Kant's "objective laws of how subjective morality has become the practice of" answer to this question, sort of pure practical reason Kant thought the methodology put forward the theory of two steps: common sense practice and sense of freedom; and analysis methodology and the Critique of Practical Reason on the method of analysis on the uniform. Kant thought that the methodology of the moral cultivation of the moral life and of great significance, especially sense of freedom and respect for their moral education standpoint, because they are human beings in his heart to prevent corruption and depravity of mind only guard who. The article is based on the analysis of the way Kant answers the question of "how the objective moral law could also be subjectively practical", discussing Kant s thoughts about the pure practical reason and putting forward a theory of two steps: the practice of judgment and the consciousness of freedom. In addition, the article analyses the unification of the analytic theory of the critique of practical reason and the methodology. Kant considers that his methodology is very important to moral life and moral cultivation, particularly because the consciousness of freedom and the respect for oneself constitute the standpoint of moral education, and they are also the only guards against corruption and degradation of the soul.

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