Procedural Formalism In Kant’s Ethics

Review of Metaphysics 28 (2):197 - 236 (1974)
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MORAL THEORY is by no means unique in its dependence upon judgment for its application. Judgment is a creative faculty that stands as the active link between any theory and its application, whether it be a theory of science, morality, or aesthetics.

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