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Proceedings of the XXII World Congress of Philosophy

Volume 10, 2008

Ethics

Halla Kim
Pages 229-235

The Method of Transition in Kant’s Groundwork

This paper is an attempt to understand the main characteristics of the three transitions that Kant makes in his Groundwork in view of his professed purpose of grounding pure moral philosophy. In particular, I show that the method of transition is devised as a way in which Kant can secure the a priori basis of morality in his campaign against naturalism in ethics.

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