The Metaphysical Elements Of Ethics
The Metaphysical Elements of Ethics
by Immanuel Kant translated by Thomas Kingsmill Abbott
These are such moral qualities as, when a man does not possess them, he is not bound to acquire them. They are: the moral feeling, conscience, love of one's neighbour, and respect for ourselves (self-esteem). There is no obligation to have these, since they are subjective conditions of susceptibility for the notion of duty, not objective conditions of morality.
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