The purpose of the Society is to further study of the works of Immanuel Kant from a variety of perspectives: "analytical," "continental," and otherwise. Participation by scholars and students in all relevant areas is encouraged: philosophers, political scientists, historians, literary scholars, etc.
Hoke Robinson founded and served as the first president of NAKS. Karl
Ameriks, Richard Aquila, Nelson Potter, Pauline Kleingeld, Patricia
Kitcher, Sharon Anderson-Gold, and Robert Louden have also served as presidents. Past
vice presidents include Günter Zöller, Jane Kneller, Eric Watkins,
Michelle Grier, and Pablo Muchnik. Our bibliographers have been Manfred Kuehn, Felicitas Munzel, and Steve Naragon.