My doctoral research concerns a mechanism of moral education to which Kant takes recourse throughout his practical philosophy. I argue that by locating and expounding Kant’s hydraulic principle we can better understand his theory of moral motivation, his theories of practical agency and reasoning, as well as the regulative function of the highest good. In so doing, I build on my published research on moral hydraulics in Plato (2018), and on my published work on Kant's naturalised theory of freedom in the Metaphysics of Morals (2016).

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