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  • THIRD BIENNIAL NAKS MEETING

THIRD BIENNIAL NAKS MEETING

  • 27 May 2016
  • 29 May 2016
  • Emory University Conference Center

THIRD BIENNIAL NAKS MEETING

Submission deadline11:59pm EST on January 1, 2016

We aim to announce which papers have been accepted by February 10, 2016.     

Keynote Speakers: 

  • Béatrice Longuenesse (NYU)
  • Pauline Kleingeld (Gröningen)
  • Jack Zammito (Rice)

We aim to announce which papers have been accepted by February 10, 2016.    

Author-Meets-Critics I:

Hanna Ginsborg (Berkeley): The Normativity of Nature

Critics:

Patricia Kitcher (Columbia)

Karl Ameriks (Notre Dame)


Author-Meets-Critics II:

Rudi Makkreel (Emory): Orientation and Judgment in Hermeneutics

Critics:

Angelica Nuzzo (CUNY)

Eric Wilson (GSU)

The conference will be held at Emory University Conference Center on May 27-29, 2016. Our local host/coordinator is Dilek Huseyinzadegan.

Please check:

www.naksmeeting.kantpapers.org

for updates and more information on the meeting. We also have a Facebook Page entitled “The North American Kant Society Third Biennial Meeting 2016”: https://www.facebook.com/naksmeeting .

Papers from analytic, continental, and historical approaches, in any area of Kant’s and Kantian philosophy, are welcome. Please identify two areas under which you wish your paper to be considered: 1. Kant’s Precritical Philosophy; 2. Metaphysics; 3. Epistemology and Logics; 4. Philosophy of Science and Nature; 5. Teleology; 6. Ethics and Moral Philosophy; 7. Philosophy of Law and Justice; 8. Philosophy of Politics, History and Culture; 9. Religion and Theology; 10. Aesthetics; 11. Kant and German Idealism; 12. Kant and Phenomenology; 13. Kant in the Present. Papers should not exceed 20 minutes reading time (approx. 3000 words). Papers will be anonymously reviewed; please keep any identifying information on a separate page.

We especially encourage graduate student submissions. If you are a graduate student, please identify yourself as such in the personal information page. A $200 travel award will be provided for the best graduate paper and the author will be considered as a candidate for the annual Markus Herz Prize.

Submissions should include two attachments (.doc, .docx, or .pdf): 1) A 3000-word paper, including the notes, prepared for anonymous review, accompanied by a 200-word abstract; 2) Cover page including the title of the paper, word count, author’s name, brief bio, and contact information. Please email all documents to: binaksemory@gmail.com

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