Motivating Morality Without Desires

Basing morality upon desires is problematic, but if we do not do so, then we must explain why we should be moral. This fourth part of the series thinks about how we might motivate morality without appealing to desires, by looking at Immanuel Kant’s principle of autonomy.

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Shuffled Off (Thinking about Death)

For previous series, see the list of all series, including:

How to be yourself, with help from Disney/Pixar (Thinking about Identity and the Inner Voice)
I just want what I want! (Thinking about Desires)

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