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How does Kant distinguish between persons and things? Are there any areas of ambiguity that this dichotomy fails to address?
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 ...
This solution explains Kant's moral reasoning process and dissects it in brief as regards to "personhood" and its logically problematic definition.