Kant’s Scots: Bi-Annual St. Andrews/Edinburgh Workshop on Kant’s Philosophy (University of St. Andrews, 8th March 2019)

We are glad to give notice of the Bi-Annual St. Andrews Workshop on Kant’s Philosophy, which will take place on March 8th, at the University of St. Andrews.

Kant’s Scots is a workshop that began as a result of Alix Cohen’s appointment to the philosophy department at the University of Edinburgh in 2014. The workshop is held twice a year, once in the Fall and once in the Spring, and is hosted by either the University of St. Andrews or the University of Edinburgh.

Please find the program below. For further information, please visit the workshop’s website.


Friday 8th March 2019

The Boardroom · Gateway Building · University of St. Andrews

10:00   Anselmo Aportone (Rome): On the Transcendental Conditions of Empirical Synthesis

11:45   Alix Cohen (Edinburgh): A Kantian Account of Epistemic Responsibility from the Perspective of Common Sense

14:30   Kristina Kersa (St Andrews): Conceivability and Possibility in Kant

16:15   Lucas Sierra Velez (St Andrews): The Dignity of Persons in Kantian Ethics and Utilitarianism

Organizers: Antonino Falduto & Jens Timmermann (St Andrews).


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