|KANT, MORALITY, AND AUTONOMY|
|Written by SEVASTIAN BLENDEA|
ABSTRACT. The driving force is the moral feeling and it is rooted in reason (it logically depends on the recognition and acceptance of moral requirements). Moral requirements represent actions that realize moral ends the value of which does not depend on whether a specific individual appreciates and desires it. Our ordinary conception of responsibility has it that responsibility can ground eternal heaven-and-hell rewards and punishments.
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