This book explains Kantian morality against an interrelated set of criticisms that constitute the most influential contemporary critique of Kantian morality. It demonstrates that a theory which emphasizes the guidance of impartial moral principles does not threaten a person's feelings of attachment.

chapter 1|11 pages


chapter 2|38 pages

The Destruction of the Self

chapter 3|30 pages

The Motive of Duty

chapter 4|40 pages

The Requirement of Impartiality

chapter 5|38 pages

Duties to Oneself

chapter 6|35 pages

The Overridingness Thesis