Reason, Value, and Respect
Kantian Themes from the Philosophy of Thomas E. Hill, Jr.
Ed. by Mark Timmons and Robert N. Johnson
(Cambridge University Press, 2015)
I. Respect and Self-Respect
1. Servility and Self-Respect - Bernard Boxill & Jan Boxill
2. Humility, Arrogance, and Self-Respect in Kant and Hill - Robin S. Dillon
3. Respect as Honor and as Accountability - Stephen Darwall
II. Practical Reason
4. Hypothetical Imperatives - Mark Schroeder
5. More Right than Wrong - Jonathan Dancy
6. Autonomy and Public Reason in Kant - Onora O'Neill
III. Social, Political, and Legal Philosophy
7. Private and Public Conscience [pdf] - Gerald Gaus
8. Kant on Three Defenses in the Law of Homicide - Jeffrie G. Murphy
9. Virtue, Repugnance, and Deontology - Matt Zwolinski & David Schmidtz
10. But What About the Animals? [pdf] - Cheshire Calhoun
IV. Kant's Ethics
11. The Supererogatory and Kant's Imperfect Duties - Marcia Baron
12. Did Kant Hold that Rational Volition is Sub Ratione Boni? [pdf] - Andrews Reath
13. Kantian Complicity - Julia Driver
14. Looking Back: Main Themes and Appreciation - Thomas E. Hill, Jr.
Mark Timmons is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Arizona. He is the author of "Morality without Foundations" (Oxford University Press, 1999) and co-editor (with Sorin Baiasu) of "Kant on Practical Justification" (Oxford University Press, 2013).
Robert Johnson is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Missouri, Columbia. He is the author of "Self-Improvement. An Essay in Kantian Ethics" (Oxford University Press, 2011)