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Le lien de causalité : Commentaire de l'arrêt Perruche (Assemblée plénière, 17 novembre 2000)

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La loi universelle de Kant

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However, how could I know whether I can trust my feelings or not? How can I be sure that even my most honest behaviour is not motivated by some interest? An action, which seems perfectly moral for an independent observer ? other people's behaviour is only apparent and external to us ? may be determined by inclinations (desire, self-love, etc.). For example giving to the poors may hide a desire for honour and distinction or even selfishness. On the other hand one cannot see a true moral action as such, for we cannot be sure of what the action was determined by. That's why Kant states that it is impossible to empirically know whether an action is moral or not and even to know whether there have been any moral actions at all

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