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|Ethics at the intersection of Kant and Aristotle. An interview with Christine M. Korsgaard|
|Authors: ||González, A.M. (Ana Marta)|
Korsgaard, Christine M.
|Issue Date: ||2003|
|Citation: ||Anuario Filosófico, 2003 (36), 775 - 794|
In this interview Christine M. Korsgaard answers several
questions on her particular interpretation of Kant’s moral
philosophy. More specifically, she dwells on the role of the
noumenal/phenomenal distinction for a better understanding of
Kant’s idea of practical reason, as well as on the compatibility
between Aristotelian and Kantian practical reason. In addition, she
answers a couple of more general questions on the perspectives
and challenges of contemporary ethical theory.
|Permanent link: ||http://hdl.handle.net/10171/4413|
|Appears in Collections:||REV - AF - 2003, vol. 36, n. 3|
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