Table of contents for The founding act of modern ethical life : Hegel's critique of Kant's moral and political philosophy / Ido Geiger.

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Introduction. Morality, Abstract or Concrete?
Part I: The Concept of a Founding Act of Ethical Life
Chapter 1. Why Does Hegel Charge Kant's Moral Theory with Emptiness?
Chapter 2. Kant's Theory of Moral Motivation and Philosophy of History
Chapter 3. Hegel's Conception of a Founding Act of Ethical Life
Part II: The Founding Act of Modern Ethical Life
Chapter 4. The Question of the Rationality of the Actual
Chapter 5. The Question of Hegel's View of War
Chapter 6. War and the Foundation of the Modern State
Chapter 7. The Last Act of Practical Philosophy
Analytic Table of Contents

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Conduct of life.
Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich, 1770-1831.
Kant, Immanuel, 1724-1804.