Kant ascribed an important role to pleasure in human action. This
study provides a comprehensive interpretation of Kant s concept of
practical pleasure based on a detailed analysis of his theories of
feelings, desire, and practical consideration. In this way, the
author not only provides a new perspective on Kant s action theory
and moral philosophy, but also elucidates Kant s contribution to
resolving key problems in the theory of emotions."
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