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Title: 人間愛からならば嘘をついてもよいか : カント道徳哲学の普遍化可能性の検討
Other Titles: Is it permissive to tell a lie from benevolent motives ? : An examination of the universalizability in Kant's moral philosophy
Authors: 高橋, 進
Takahashi, Susumu
タカハシ, ススム
Keywords: universalizability
categorical imperative
lies from benevolent motives
humanity as an end itself
happiness of all human beings
Issue Date: Mar-2005
Abstract: How can moral rules be universalized? The basic theme in Kant's moral philosophy is the universalizability of‘Moral Law’. Kant provides us for the‘universal law’formulation of the‘Categorical Imperative’-according to which one ought to act only when one's maxim or the personal rule of conduct is consistently willable as a law for all human beings. Kant insists on absolute or unconditional prohibition of lying out despite benevolent motives.In this paper, I will show that Kant's insistence on‘lie-prohibition’is a necessary consequence of‘rights and duties to oneself’. Then I will argue that the formulae of the categorical imperative are based on the idea of universalizability, and this idea is implicit in the correlation between the internal humanity as an end itself and the happiness of all human beings without exception.
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