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  1. Kant on Autonomy and the Value of Persons.Eric Entrican Wilson - 2013 - Kantian Review 18 (2):241-262.
    This essay seeks to contribute to current debates about value in Kant's ethics. Its main objective is to dislodge the widely shared intuition that his view of autonomy requires constructivism or some other alternative to moral realism. I argue the following. Kant seems to think that the value of persons is due to their very nature, not to what anyone decides is the case (however rational or pure those decisions may be). He also seems to think that when we treat (...)
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