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, and Sharon Anderson-Gold have also served as presidents. Past
vice presidents include Günter Zöller, Jane Kneller, Eric Watkins, and
Michelle Grier. Our bibliographers have been Manfred Kuehn, Felicitas Munzel, and Steve Naragon.