Table of Contents
I. Good Will as an End in Itself
2. What should we treat as an end in itself?
3. The good will reading meshes with major ideas of Kant's ethics
4. The textual dispute, and arguments in favour of minimal readings
5. Is the good will reading just too hard to swallow?
II. The Humanity Formulation as a Moral Principle
6. The argument for the humanity formula
7. How duties follow from the categorical imperative
8. Kantian value, beneficence, and consequentialism
9. Non-human animals, humanity, and the kingdom of ends
10. Would Kant say we should respect moral autonomy?
11. Autonomy as an end in itself?
12. Some big pictures