Category Archives: Kant

Two Conceptions of Justice

Whether or not a situation is just depends on whether or not the people involved get what they deserve. Justice is, obviously, a subject of great moral concern–it is of vital moral importance, for example, that undeserved suffering be minimized. … Continue reading

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An Objection to the Formulation of the Universal Law Based on Overfishing

I think I thought of a new objection to Kantianism in normative ethics. I looked around a little, and I couldn’t find anyone making this point, although I found a number of instances of the preliminary objection that leads up … Continue reading

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