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    This thesis builds on a conditional claim that Kant’s prudential account of happiness has implications for his account of morality and a new taxonomy of prudence and morality is proposed. Other-regarding and self-regarding contexts are distinguished as moral and prudential respectively. It is argued that morality is other-regarding only because self-regarding contexts do not meet the criteria for universalisation and the humanity formula only applies to other-regarding contexts. The primary exem…Read more