Kant And Sartre: Re-discovering Critical Ethics by S. BaiasuKant And Sartre: Re-discovering Critical Ethics by S. Baiasu

Kant And Sartre: Re-discovering Critical Ethics

byS. BaiasuAs told bySorin Baiasu

Hardcover | August 26, 2011

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This book challenges the standard view of the relationship between Kant's and Sartre's practical philosophies, making a case for regarding Kant as one of Sartre's most significant predecessors. By using an original comparative methodology, the book identifies several fundamental theses of Sartre's practical philosophy despite the common reading of Sartre as a philosopher without a practical philosophy. Furthermore, the book shows that Sartre's practical philosophy proves to be closer to Kant than dominant contemporary Kantian theories are. Starting from the similarities between Kant and Sartre, the book uncovers the project of a critical ethics which is philosophically more compelling than dominant contemporary Kantian theories.
SORIN BAIASU is Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Manchester.
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Title:Kant And Sartre: Re-discovering Critical EthicsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:312 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.04 inPublished:August 26, 2011Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0230001505

ISBN - 13:9780230001503

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Table of Contents

Introduction * Kant and Sartre * Methodology * PART I: KANT * Agency *  Identity * Freedom * Autonomy * Normativity * Happiness and Virtue * Moral and Political Knowledge * Action-guiding Criteria * PART II: SARTRE AND KANT * Person * The 'I think' * Psychological Rationalism and Empiricism * Synthesis and Analysis * Freedom * Disposition and Project * Determinism and Arbitrariness * Causation and Projection * Morality *. Imperative and Value * Insensitiveness to Singularity * Lawfulness and Authenticity * Politics * Regulative and Constitutive Principles * The Fallacy of Historical Legitimacy * Rights and Customs * Conclusion