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Table of Contents
|Kant's Conception of Autonomy|
|Kantian autonomy and contemporary ideas of autonomy|
|Kant's conception of autonomy as sovereignty|
|Vindicating autonomy: Kant, Sartre, and O'Neill|
|Progress toward autonomy|
|The Development and Influence of Kant's Conception|
|Transcending nature, unifying reason: on Kant's debt to Rousseau|
|Kant and the 'paradox' of autonomy|
|Autonomy in Kant and German Idealism|
|Autonomy after Kant|
|Personal autonomy and public authority|
|The Moral Significance of Kant's Conception|
|Moralized nature, naturalized autonomy - Kant's way of bridging the gap in the Third Critique (and in the Groundwork)|
|Autonomy and moral regard for ends|
|'A Free Will and a Will Under Moral Laws are the Same': Kant's concept of autonomy and his Thesis of Analyticity in Groundwork III|
|Morality and autonomy|
|The significance of autonomy|
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