This book offers an account of Kant's theory of moral motivation that comprehends the most challenging and controversial aspects of Kant's theory of the will and human moral motivational psychology. It argues for a new approach to the question about the purity of the Kantian moral motive.
Introduction 1. Overdetermination and the Purity of the Kantian Moral Motive 2. The Two Standpoints on the Will 3. The Incentives of Pure Practical Reason 4. Reason and Sensibility: Kantian and Neo-Kantian Themes