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L'individualismo morale di Guyau. Una revisione critica della legge universale kantiana
Author/s: Jordi Riba 
Year:  2000 Issue: Language: Italian 
Pages:  12 FullText PDF:  43 KB

Guyau takes up Kant’s universalism again and tries to ground it from an empirical position, getting as a result the permanence of the obligation, which he separates in 5 equivalents. Guyau considers that Kantian autonomy has an excess of theological connotations, since there is still a reference to the realm of ends in it. He also believes that Kantian autonomy, in its form of universalism, restrains the individual too much. Guyau’s proposal, instead, entails what he called anomical theory of moral, which contains anitcipating elements of what, after the return of the normative principles in ethical theories, occurs to be named moral of the minimal exigencies.

Jordi Riba, in "SOCIETÀ DEGLI INDIVIDUI (LA)" 9/2000, pp. , DOI:


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