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Kant und der praktische Syllogismus

Michael Wolff
From the journal Kant-Studien

Abstract

According to Bittner, Kant has established a theory of action that is untenable because it attempts to explain action on the basis of a theory of practical syllogisms. This article defends Kant’s view (developed in GMS II, AA 04: 412.26-30) by explaining the meaning in which actions can be ‘deduced’ from practical laws or from maxims.

Published Online: 2018-10-19
Published in Print: 2018-10-11

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