Kant's Thoughts on Morality and Happiness

Niansi YANG

Abstract


Morality makes the rational ontology and happiness make the perceptual phenomenon world, both of which have different qualitative regulation due to the binary world and human’s duality, which leads to the opposition and conflict. In order to solve the conflict between them, realizing reunification, namely “good”, Kant puts forward the famous “immortal soul” and “God exists” suspension set.

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Kant; Morality; Happiness; Good

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/5704

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