This volume explores the importance of affectivity for ethics by drawing fruitfully from two different traditions that have previously tended to be kept at a maximum distance from each other: Kant research and the tradition of phenomenology. The narrower aim is to reconcile these two areas of research; the broader aim is to advance systematic inquiry regarding the role of affectivity in ethics.
Inga Römer, Universität Wuppertal.
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