Summer School – ‘Transcendental Logic: Its Origin and Development’ (University of Tübingen, 6-9 July 2014)

We are pleased to announce that a Summer School on ‘Transcendental Logic: Its Origin and Development’ has been organized by the Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Tübingen in 6-9 July 2014.

The aim of this summer school is to engage the participants in intensive discussion and close reading of texts which contributed essentially to the emergence of German idealism and the further development of Kantian transcendental philosophy, but which have received only little scholarly attention so far. The texts to be studied include works by Kant, Maimon, Fichte and possibly Jacobi.

Confirmed speakers and discussants include: Paul Franks (Yale), Gideon Freudenthal (Tel Aviv), Sebastian Gardner (UCL), Andreas Schmidt (Jena), Günter Zöller (LMU), Ulrich Schlösser (Tübingen).

Applications are invited for up to 10 summer school grants for PhD students and postdocs.

Application deadline is 15 April 2014.

For more information, see the link below:

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