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Kant and the Problem of Morality
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An introduction
Luigi Caranti and Alessandro Pinzani1. On dealing with Kant's sexism and racism
Pauline Kleingeld2. Kant the naturalist
Robert B. Louden3. Pleasure and Displeasure as Moral Motivation
Maria Borges4. Inefficacy, despair, and difference-making. a secular application of Kant's moral argument
Andrew Chignell5. Lying, deception and dishonesty: Kant and the contemporary debate on the definition of lying
Stefano Bacin6. The duty and the maxims: elements for a morality and culture of sustainable development
Anselmo Aportone7. Kant as an ante litteram theorist and critic of the moral enhancement
Alberto Pirni8. Spielraum: narrow and wide duties and their consequences
Claudio La Rocca

About the Author

Luigi Caranti is Professor of Political Philosophy at the Universita di Catania. He focuses on Kant, human rights, peace studies and distributive justice. Principal investigator of numerous EU-funded research projects, he is currently coordinating the Marie Curie Rise project "Kant in South America". Among his recent publications are The Kantian Federation (2022), (ed. with D. Celentano) Paradigms of Justice: Redistribution, Recognition and Beyond (2021) and Kant's Political Legacy: Human Rights, Peace, Progress (2017).Alessandro Pinzani is Professor for Ethics and Political Philosophy at the Federal University of Santa Catarina, Florianopolis (Brazil) and, since 2006, he is a fellow researcher of CNPq (Brazilian Research Council). His publications include Jurgen Habermas (2007), An den Wurzeln moderner Demokratie (2009) and Money, Autonomy, and Citizenship (with W. Leao Rego, 2018).

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