By Christopher Arroyo
This ebook defends the thesis that Kant’s normative ethics and his sensible ethics of intercourse and marriage should be invaluable assets for individuals engaged within the modern debate over same-sex marriage. It does so through first constructing a interpreting of Kant’s normative ethics that explains the way Kant’s notions of human ethical imperfection unsocial sociability tell his moral thinking. The e-book then deals a scientific remedy of Kant’s perspectives of intercourse and marriage, arguing that Kant’s perspectives are extra defensible than a few of his critics have made them out to be. Drawing on Kant’s account of marriage and his perception of ethical friendship, the ebook argues that Kant’s ethics can be utilized to improve a security of same-sex marriage.
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Kant’s Ethics and the Same-Sex Marriage Debate - An Introduction by Christopher Arroyo