To act out of respect for the moral law, in Kant’s view, is tobe moved to act by a recognition that the moral law is a supremelyauthoritative standard that binds us and to experience a kind offeeling, which is akin to awe and fear, when we acknowledge the morallaw as the source of moral requirements. Human persons inevitably haverespect for the moral law even though we are not always moved by itand even though we do not always comply with the moral standards thatwe nonetheless recognize as authoritative.


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