Mon 12 Dec, 2016 05:21 am
What book contains Kant's conversation between the teacher and the student, in which the teacher engages the student in a (somewhat) Socratic dialogue, and gets the student to agree to the validity of the categorical imperative. I have seen several articles that say that it is included in the "Methodology of Ethics", but I can't find any such book, either by itself or included in a larger text.
Thanks fresco, and I like the vid. You never know what's on youtube. I use this bit in all my intro philo/ethics classes. It's so much more accessible to undergrad students than Kant's better known stuff.