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Jussi Suikkanen posted an excellent bit about Kant and well-being on PEA Soup. He suggests that Kant might subcribe to hedonistic and desire satisfaction accounts of well-being which are usually taken to be incompatible. Check it out!
Posted at 05:03 PM in Philosophy, Utilitarianism, Weblogs | Permalink
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