Online Workshop for Early Career Researchers: “Ideas in Kant’s Transcendental Philosophy” (Kaliningrad, 17-18 December 2021)

We are glad to give notice of the Online Workshop for Early Career Researchers Ideas in Kant’s Transcendental Philosophy, which will be held on 17th-18th December, 2021 at the Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University (IKBFU), Kaliningrad. The workshop is organized by the Kantian Rationality Lab. Organizers are Vadim Chaly (IKBFU, Kaliningrad), Michael Lewin (IKBFU, Kaliningrad), Rudolf Meer (University of Graz).

Here the Zoom link to attend the workshop (Conference ID: 859 0687 1064; Passcode: KRL).

Below you can find the program of the workshop.


December 17, 2021 (All time CET)
Section 1
13.00-14.00 Keynote presentation: Marcus Willaschek: Content and function of Kantian ideas
14.00-15.00 Stephen Howard (Leuven): The twofold use of the cosmological ideas
15.00-16.00 Daniel Pepe (Chicago): Kant’s theory of history: the idea of universal history in the critical philosophy
Section 2
16.30-17.30 Keynote presentation: Thomas Sturm: Beyond God, world, and soul: Kantian ideas in the special sciences
17.30-18.30 Mathis Koschel (Chicago): The idea of mechanism

December 18, 2021
13.00-14.00 Görg Erdmann (Bochum): On Kant’s conception of space as a mere idea – The twofold nature of space in the works of Newton and Kant
Section 3
14.00-15.00 William Marsolek (Ohio): The Unity of arithmetic in Kant’s ‘Architectonic’
15.00-16.00 Luciana Martínez (IKBFU): Some remarks on Kantian doctrine of aesthetic ideas
16.00-17.00 Keynote presentation: Karin de Boer: What does it mean to determine ideas of reason in thought? The case of Kant’s transcendental theology


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