Table of contents for Constructions of reason : explorations of Kant's practical philosophy / Onora O'Neill.

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Part I. Reason and Critique: 1. Reason and politics in the Kantian enterprise
2. The public use of reason
3. Reason and autonomy in Grundlegung III
4. Action, anthropology and autonomy
Part II. Maxims and Obligations: 5. Consistency in action
6. Between consenting adults
7. Universal laws and ends in themselves
8. Kant after virtue
Part III. Kant's Ethics and Kantian Ethics: 9. The power of example
10. Children's rights and children's lives
11. Constructivisms in ethics
12. The great maxims of justice and charity

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Kant, Immanuel, 1724-1804 Contributions in ethics, Ethics, Modern 18th century, Reason History 18th century, Act (Philosophy) History 18th century