We are glad to give notice of the international workshop Kant and the Systematicity of Nature, which will take place on May 16th-17th at the University of Edinburgh.
Thursday 16th May
Workshop on Ido Geiger’s book manuscript: “Kant and the Transcendental Claims of the Empirical World”
10:00-10:30: Ido Geiger (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev) – Introduction
10:30-11:40: Antonino Falduto (University of St Andrews) – “The Charge of Reflective Judgment and the Conceptual and Aesthetic Purposiveness of Nature” (Ch. II)
12:10-13:20: Andrew Cooper (University of Warwick) – “Organism, Teleological Judgment, and the Methodology of Biology” (Ch. III)
15:00-16:10: Lorenzo Spagnesi (University of Edinburgh) – “The Conceptual Purposiveness of Nature” (Ch. IV)
16:40-17:50: Yoon Choi (Marquette University) – “The Aesthetic Purposiveness of Nature” (Ch. V)
Friday 17th May
Workshop on Kant’s Notion of Systematicity of Nature
10:00-11:30: Ido Geiger (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev) – The Systematicity of Nature: From the Appendix to the third Critique
11:45-13:15: Andrew Cooper (University of Warwick) – Necessity, Empirical Laws and Hypotheses in Kant’s Philosophy of Science
14:45-16:15: Angela Breitenbach (University of Cambridge) – Science and Systematicity
16:30-18:00: John Zammito (Rice University) – Von der Weltseele: The Early Schelling’s Challenge to Kant’s Philosophy of Science
No registration necessary.
For further information, you can visit the website of the event at the University of Edinburgh.