Hey, just wondering if anyone could help me out with my final essay question.
In what respect does Kant deconstruct the empirical nature of moral philosophy? Discuss whether there is a rational morality of everyday life that affirms them as genunine human values or sound concepts.
Does the Kantian turn in moral philosophy require that morals be purely rational?
Does the substance of the common law tradition suggest theat punishment is necessary feature of public life, insofar as the common law rationalizes the coercion that punishment is?
Does the substance of common law tradition suggest taht eaquality is a rational ideal of the morals of
Any feedback on any of these questions would be great. thanks