Critique of Practical Reason
by Immanual Kant

A work of genius by a man who can't write. Practical reason turns out to be the basis of morality. Kant is very good on demonstrating that morality is not based on sensuality, selfishness, or happiness. However, he thinks that morality requires a belief in free will, immortality, and God.

Year Read: 1974


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