ABSTRACT. Kant argues that a good will is not good because of what it effects or accomplishes. Practical freedom of will is based on the transcendental freedom of will. The Kantian path to ethical transcendence suggests the content of the categorical imperative. Moral anthropology is a kind of self-cultivation in the service of justified hope.



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