We are glad to announce that the conference “Kantian Perspectives on Autonomy and Normativity: Theoretical Foundations” will be held at University of Southampton on June 25th – 26th 2018. Below you can find the programme of the event.
Call for Registration: This conference is free and open to all but it is needed the registration by emailing Andrew Stephenson at firstname.lastname@example.org
Conference Programme (Lecture Theatre B, Avenue Campus, University of Southampton)
Monday June 25th
10.30-11.45 – Sacha Golob (KCL): Strategizing Virtue: Kant and Ethical Development
12.00-13.15 – John Callanan (KCL): Kant and Prichard on the explanation of obligation
14.00-15.15 – Ralf Bader (Oxford): The dignity of humanity
15.30-16.45 – Robert Watt (Cambridge): The Normativity of Judgment
17.00-18.00 – Claudi Brink (UCSD): Qualitative unity and the role of teleology in Kant’s account of the original synthetic unity of apperception
Tuesday June 26th
10.00-11.15 – Anil Gomes (Oxford): Perception, Reflection, Autonomy
11.30-12.45 – Jessica Leech (KCL): Kant on the Necessity of Necessity
13.30-14.45 – Richard Evans (Imperial) & Andrew Stephenson (Southampton): Formalizing Kant’s Rules: a Logic of Conditional Imperatives and Permissives
15.00-16.15 – Yoon Choi (Marquette): Apperception and Spontaneity: Kant’s Conception of Epistemic Agency
16.30-17.30 – Max Edwards (UCSD): Generality and Determinability in Kant’s Theory of Concepts
This conference is organized as part of the joint Boğaziçi-Southampton British Academy Newton-Katip Çelebi project AF140071 “Agency and Autonomy: Kant and the Normative Foundations of Republican Self-Government” run by Lucas Thorpe (Boğaziçi) and Andrew Stephenson (Southampton).
For more information regarding this event, please email Andrew Stephenson at email@example.com or visit the conference website.
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