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Sažetak In the first section of this article, Kant’s basic determinants of ethics are expounded.
In Kant, the starting point of modern man: to know that he could
act, encompasses a doing of good will, to which an ethically active person is
reduced, and on that basis the positive acquired law and advancement in the
enlightenment. Kant’s definition of the practical (ethical) reason proves to be
the decisive turning point in the history of philosophy. In Kant’s ethics, the
maxim of every man, through his striving and his self-coercion, is a direct
participant in the subsistence of the generally valid pattern of relations within
a community. The second section focuses on the problem matter related to the
definition of ethos as the core of historical development in Max Scheler’s philosophy.
The crucial difference between Scheler’s thought and Kant’s definition
of ethics lies in the fact that material value-related ethics is conceived as
the “deepest core of history itself” – of the historical process of world genesis.
The fundamental values belonging to a social-historical unity (period, epoch,
people) do more than build relations between people – they also concern the
entire surrounding world. Max Scheler demonstrated this with the central concept
of his philosophy – the concept of ethos and inquiry into the problem of
ethos which bears and develops the modern world.