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KANT FESTIVAL

  • 28 Nov 2014
  • 30 Nov 2014
  • University of Keele

KANT FESTIVAL

Call For Commentators and Chairpersons 

28 November 2014

Workshop: Kantian Insights into the Relation between Law and Ethical Commitments

29 November 2014

Keele Philosophy Forum Annual Conference: Themes from the Work of Howard Williams

30 November 2014

Official Launch: Keele Centre for Kantian Studies in Association with Oxford University and University of St Andrews

The events are part of the Kant Festival organized by the Keele Forum for Philosophical Research and will take place under the aegis of the new Keele-Oxford-St Andrews Centre for Kantian Studies that will be officially launched on 30 November. The Kant Festival includes a workshop on the Kantian approach to the tensions between law and ethical commitments (a call for commentators and chairpersons for this event was circulated separately), as well as, after the workshop, the 'Jean-Jacques Rousseau' Annual Lecture given by Howard Williams.

 

For more information concerning the Kant Festival, see:

http://philosophyk.wordpress.com/

 

Confirmed speakers:

 

Workshop on Kantian approaches to the tension between law and ethical commitments:

·      Adrian Piper, Berlin

·      Thomas Mertens, Nijmegen

·      Dieter Schönecker, Siegen

·      Sari Kisilevsky, New York

·      Sorin Baiasu, Keele/Vienna/Oxford

·      Ruhi Demiray, Keele/Kocaeli

 

Themes from the work of Howard Williams:

·      Susan Shell, Boston College

·      Katrin Flikschuh, LSE

·      Sarah Holtman, Minnesota

·      Luigi Caranti, Catania

·      Howard Williams, Aberystwyth

 

Launch of the Keele-Oxford-St Andrews Centre for Kantian Studies

·      Leslie Stevenson, St. Andrews

·      Giuseppina D'Oro, Keele

·      Jens Timmermann, St. Andrews

·      Anil Gomes, Oxford

·      James Tartaglia, Keele

·      Adrian W. Moore, Oxford

·      Edward Kanterian, Kent

·      Sorin Baiasu, Keele/Vienna/Oxford

 

Funding: Accommodation and conference fee will be covered for commentators; conference fee will be covered for chairpersons

 

Applications: Please send an e-mail with the paper(s) you would like to chair; if you are interested in commenting on a paper, please let me know and I will send you more information about the topic. There is no formal deadline; we will look at applications as they arrive and will assign sessions for comment/chair accordingly.

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