The autonomy is understood as the college of to supply to laws itself exactly. The autonomy possesss two components. The first one is that no external authority we is necessary to constitute or informing in them on the demands of the morality (Cf. Perez, 2005, P. 172). Each one of us knows, without it is said, what it would have to make because the moral requirements are requirements that we impose we ourselves.
As it is that in the autolegislao we can effectively controlling in them. Therefore, no external source of motivation is necessary so that our autolegislao is efficient in controlling our behavior. Thus being, in strict direction, the autonomy not only demands that the law is not given as object, as well as the will is not determined by sensible inclinations. This implies that the autonomy leaves of being legislator and starts to be heternoma. The will, if is independent, alone it can objective be determined by the moral law and subjectively by respect to this law. The mobile of the will must be the proper law.
For this reason, in the ethical plan, action is carried through not only in agreement the duty, but for having, a time that the mobile is enclosed in the law. 2 Distinction between moral and right in the kantiano thought In the kantiana doctrine the basic point of the distinction between moral and right is the mobile by which the legislation is obeyed. In this bias, the absolute reason of the duty for the duty is had concernente the moral, considered legislation internal, and another referring empirical reason to the legal legislation, that is external. To analyze the relation of the moral with the right demands that if it needs the direction these terms, that they possess, to the times, an ample meaning and another restricted one. When distinguishing the laws from the nature of the laws of the freedom, the moral term in Kant acquires ample direction.