On the moralcentrism of Kant's transcendental anthropology and the role of morals in human nature (continuation)
Author(s)Kalinnikov L. A.
postulates of practical reason
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AbstractThis article proves that Kant's philosophical system is a system of transcendental anthropology, which acts as a method in Kant’s pragmatic anthropology. The essence of transcendental anthropology is the metaphysics of morals. This role of morals manifests itself in the primacy of practical reason over the theoretical one. The humanity owes its development and existence to the practical reason. In Kant’s system, morality is the essence of humanity.