Watershed or Cul-de-Sac? Disputes in the Theological Reception of Kant’s Philosophy
... examined: an Aristotelian and Thomistic teleological order of nature (1); Augustinianism based on original sin in which human agency is completely attributed to God’s grace (2); a Hegelian critique of the deontological conception of an “unconditional ought” which also puts Kant’s postulate of the existence of God into question (3); the combination in Radical Orthodoxy of a postmodern critique of the subject, an Augustinian view of human nature, and a monistic understanding of the Trinity (4). ...
Categorical Moral Requirements
Rödl, S., 2007. Self-Consciousness. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Wiggins, D., 2006. Ethics: Twelve Lectures on the Philosophy of Morality. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
duty, Kant, McDowell, morality, obligation, ought, particularism, Reason, reasons, silencing