By Donald Davidson
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What are the mental foundations of morality? traditionally, the problem has been framed as one among emotion as opposed to cause. Hume argued that cause is the slave of the passions and so morality needs to be in accordance with them; Kant argued that ethical legislations is given via rational brokers to themselves in advantage in their rationality.
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