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North American
Kant Society

North American
Kant Society

  • 18 Jun 2015
  • 31 Dec 2015
  • SEKLE

SEKLE

As indicated in the Articles of the Society of Kantian Studies in the Spanish Language (SEKLE), the scientific aims of the SEKLE consist of “promoting research into Kantian philosophy, on its time, precedents and influence, as well as of the topics related to Kant’s thought, his philosophical method and its possible development and contemporary appropriation” (2nd art.). These aims are equivalent to the programmatic assessment of the Revista de Estudios Kantianos (REK). REK welcomes results of high-level research in the Spanish language (as the official language of the Society of which the REK is the scientific organ), in German (as the mother tongue of Kant) and English (as lingua franca in the current global context), related to any area within Kantian studies or in an area in which their presence has a significant relevance.

The REK will particularly welcome contributions (scientific papers as well as book reviews) related to any of the following fields:

1.     Pre-critical Wor

2.     Epistemology, Philosophy of Science, Metaphysics

3.     Ethics and Religion

4.     Philosophy of Politics and Law, History

5.     Aesthetics

6.     Kant and other philosophers

7.     Current status of Kant

8.     Kantian Historiography and Sources

The original works will be accepted after positive peer reviewed evaluation. Both the characteristics of the peer-review process and the norms for the authors are described in the following pages of this call for papers.

More information can be found here:

http://sekle.org/call-for-papers-english.html

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