Kant's attack on Benjamin Constant about the right to lie

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Abstract

Andreas Kinneging, P. De Hert & Maarten Colette (eds.), Kant. Vijftien filosofen over grondslagen en grenzen van de rede,  We critically discuss Kant's Über ein vermeintes recht aus menschenliebe zu lügen (1797) and we ask the question why so many moral philosophers keep on defending these theories ignoring the broader context that their colleauges from political theory know so well.
Original languageDutch
Title of host publicationKant. Vijftien filosofen over grondslagen en grenzen van de rede
EditorsAndreas Kinnegin, Paul De Hert, Maarten Colette
Place of PublicationEindhoven
PublisherUitgeverij Daemon
Pages166-211
ISBN (Print)9789463403122
Publication statusPublished - 2021

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