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ONLINE CONFERENCE: KANT IN PROGRESS (23-24 JUNE, 2021)

We are glad to give notice that the online conference Kant in Progress, organized by Eytan Celik (University of Bayreuth), will take place on Zoom on 23-24 June, 2021.

To register, please visit this link.

Below you can find a presentation of the event and the conference program.

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Invited speakers will share and discuss their latest research work on Kant’s philosophy, including his legal, moral and theoretical philosophy. The conference languages are English and German.

23th June

10:00-11:00 Christoph Horn: Is there a ‚Categorical Imperative of Right‘ in Kant? Which procedure might be meant?

11:15-12:15 Corinna Mieth: What does it mean to treat someone always at the same time as an end, never merely as a means

(Lunch break: 12:15-13:15)

13:15-14:15 Rudolf Schüßler: An Early Modern Scholastic Precursor of the Categorical Imperative

14:30-15:30 Eytan Celik: Transzendentale Freiheit und die Möglichkeit von Gesetzen

15:45-16:45 Thomas Mertens: Some observations on Kant’s ‚The end of all things‘

24th June

10:00-11:00 Alice Pinheiro Walla: Honeste Vive: Dignity in Kant’s Legal Theory

11:15-12:15 Bernd Ludwig: Kant und die ‚Esquimaux‘. Rassismus in der Philosophie?

(Lunch break: 12:15-13:15)

13:15-14:15 Ewa Wyrębska-Ɖermanović: Approaching Kant on Race and Racism

14:30-15:30 Sofie Møller: Progress and the state of nature

15:45-16:45 Martin Sticker: Mere Means, Mere Things and Mere Enemies

For further information please visit the conference website.

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