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    Kantian Personhood

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    How does Kant distinguish between persons and things? Are there any areas of ambiguity that this dichotomy fails to address?

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    Kant's main distinction over "persons" and "things" is arrived at via a concept discussed in earlier posts about him, namely the idea of "an end in itself." Kant reasons that because the main process by which an objectively ...

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    This solution explains Kant's moral reasoning process and dissects it in brief as regards to "personhood" and its logically problematic definition.