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For future reference, while I "created" this article I did not in fact write it (save a few small changes after bringing it into article space). Oddly, the article was born at, of all places, User talk:dreamshit, the article talk page of a new user account now indefinitely blocked for a username violation. While it was suggested that they simply create a new account, this has not happened and as such per a note on their talk page I've placed the article here. It's been quite awhile since I read this essay, but the current article is a decent start/summary and this is definitely something we can expand on (I can only assume this book, mentioned in the article as further reading, would be especially useful for fleshing out the description of Kant's text, and particularly varying interpretations).
I might try to add a bit more to this, but I'm too far away from my undergraduate study of philosophy (and way too far away from a serious engagement with Kant) to do major work on it. --Bigtimepeace | talk | contribs 04:20, 3 September 2009 (UTC)