The Motive of Duty and the Nature of Emotions: Kantian Reflections on Moral Worth

Canadian Journal of Philosophy 33 (2):183 - 202 (2003)
As a result there is a considerable literature on the topic. I think, however, that the treatment in the literature is incomplete because there is a failure to examine the relevant emotions in significant detail, and in particular to consider their complexity and the conditions of their warrant. As a result, both defenses and critiques of the motive of duty in terms of reliability are inadequate as they stand
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DOI 10.1080/00455091.2003.10716540
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