Kant

For Kant, the man meets subordinated to the laws of the nature, of where the determinismo happens and, concomitantly, the laws of the freedom that they originate the moral. This argument results in the fact of the man to possess conditions of autolegislar itself, as well as of that it is who motivates the existing phenomena in the world. Endowed with reason, it catches that this moral, is free determinative, and it is this differentiates that it of the animals. It is exactly in the scope of the reason that we can perceive that the practical freedom or the independence of the will can be seen when the reason in them propitiates regramentos. comes there to tona what we must or not to make.

This interior experience retraces to the idea of independent freedom of the will of empirical reasons, as cause of the reason capable to determine the will to act or not through impulses, sensible that is, contaminated of interests. The independence of the will of empirical reasons integrally is related with the recital of the kantiana morality, in reason of the morality to imply the autonomy concept, therefore for Kant all man is independent. This results in the existence of a free will of sensible reasons. from now on, becomes related it idea of freedom with the one of autonomy. This relation is perceived as referring freedom the unknown aimings for the man and as freedom of the college of the will capable to allow autolegislao. Doubtlessly, Kant needed this freedom, related to the rational dimension of the man, to construct its moral theory. Its argument finds bedding in the idea according to which whenever we think about them as free, recognizes the conscience of the autonomy possibility. Therefore, as to be rational, the man is endowed with a free, capable will of raised function in order to allow the morality.