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Unless otherwise noted the sessions will take place on Thursdays, 5.00 - 6.30 pm Central European Time

WINTER - SPRING 2021

January 21 Talk Ansgar Lyssy (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München) Kant's Anthropology as a Theory of Integration
Abstract

Respondent:
Nuria Sánchez Madrid (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)

      February 11 Talk

Stefan Bird-Pollan (University of Kentucky)

Making Space for the Unconscious: Kant, Schopenhauer and Freud
Abstract

Respondent:
Alistair Welchman (University of Texas at San Antonio)

March 11 Workshop

Farhad Alavi
(University of Isfahan)

Timothy Franz (New School for Social Research)


Emily Fitton (University of Essex)

Maimon’s Differentials and Kant’s Anticipations of Perception

Maimon's Interweaving of General and Transcendental Logic in the Essay on a New Logic or Theory of Thinking

Maimon on Causal Scepticism and the Status of the Hypothetical Judgment

Respondent:
Paul Franks (Yale University)

 

March 25 Talk Huaping Lu-Adler (Georgetown University) Kant on Lazy Savagery, Racialized
Abstract

 

 

April 22

Talk

Luis Fellipe Garcia (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München) A Dynamical Concept of Matter: The Kantian Source of Schelling’s Philosophy of Nature
Abstract

Respondent:
Eckhard Förster (Johns Hopkins University)

May 6

5 - 7 PM

Book launch Corey W. Dyck (University of Western Ontario)

Women and Philosophy in Eighteenth-Century Germany (OUP 2021)
Abstract

Contributions by
Stefanie Buchenau (Université Paris-8), Christian Leduc ( Université de Montreal), Anne Pollok (University of South Carolina),
Reed Winegar (Fordham University)

May 20

Talk

Andrea Gambarotto (Université Catholique de Louvain) Kant’s Controversial Legacy in Philosophy of Biology

Cancelled

June 10 Talk Karin Nisenbaum (Boston College) and Julia Peters (Universität Tübingen) Fichte on the Puzzle of Self-Transformation

Respondent:
Luca Fonnesu (University of Pavia)

 

June 24 Discussion based on pre-circulated paper Katia Hay Rodgers (University of Amsterdam) On the Necessity of a Second Creation: Rereading Schelling's Freedom Essay

 

 

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