In response to yesterday's anti-Kant attack ad, John Holbo suggests the following defense of Kant's ethics:



I'd say, though, that this little ditty recapitulates one of the oft-criticized flaws in Kant's thinking, namely the surface non-equivalance of different formulations of the key moral principle.

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