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Date Created: 05/02/16
Kant 4/22/16 Principles: rules for the determination of the causality of the will; intentional o Hypothetical Imperatives If you want to achieve x, do x If you will the end, you must will the means. o Categorical Imperatives 1. Subjective practical principles: maxims Describe the principle in accordance with which you have chosen to act. Example: when in need of money, beg, borrow, or steel. Will contain an end, and the kinds means employed to achieve that end. Have only subjective validity 2. Objective practical principles: Laws Objective validity Valid for all rational agent Categorical Imperative Nature o Acting in accordance with laws Govern physical processes Intentionality o Acting in accordance with the idea of laws Here you have an idea of law (Rules of conduct) You choose whether to act in accordance with it or not Divine will o Practical reason infallibly determines the will Human, finite will: The will also exposed to subjective conditions. Human beings have subjectively conditional o Bodily needs (appetite) o Needs for recognition (honor loving part). Social beings The determining of such a will in accordance with objective law is necessitation o Imperatives commands