Tuesday, May 11, 2021

Kant: The Moral Norms are Priceless

“In the Kingdom of Ends everything has either a price or a dignity. If it has a price, something else can be put in its place as an equivalent; if it is exalted above all price and so admits of no equivalent, then it has a dignity.” ~ Immanuel Kant in Groundwork of the Metaphysics of Morals. Kant believed that only morality, which is founded on the religious and philosophical teachings of the past, has dignity, and that this morality is priceless and is irreplaceable.

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