Kant and Contemporary Moral Philosophy
In the contemporary discussion of moral philosophy in English and German speaking circles we can roughly distinguish between three currents namely consequentialism, the deontological theories and virtue ethics. My question is the following: how to relate these three currents to the moral philosophy of Immanuel Kant? In which interpretation or in which interpretations is the moral philosophy of Kant present in the contemporary discussion?
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