Answer to Question #111728 in Philosophy for lia

Question #111728
Does Kant think we can prove that we do have Free Will? If we can, how? If not, what role does Kant claim it must still play in our moral life?
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2020-04-24T11:42:15-0400

According to Kant it is sufficient prove only that all rational beings are free in a practical respect is that being free in a practical respect means being committed to viewing the moral law as applying to oneself. Before one to be free he has to act in accordance with the moral law.


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