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Workshop: “The Loxbridge Kant Series” (Cambridge, 7 March 2020)

We are glad to announce that the second workshop of the Loxbridge Kant Series will take place at the Newnham College in Cambridge, on March 7th, 2020.

Please find below the schedule of the Cambridge workshop. More information on the workshop series can be found at this website.

 

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Saturday, 7 March 2020

10:00 am  Anthony Bruno (Royal Holloway): Logical and Moral Aliens Within Us: Kant on Theoretical and Practical Self-Conceit

11:00 am Coffee Break

11:15 am Adam Roberts (King’s College London): Does Kant Have a Constitutivist Account of Imperatives?’

12.15 pm Light Lunch

1:30 pm Andrew Cooper (Warwick & Cambridge): Hypotheses in Kant’s Philosophy of Science 

2:30 pm Coffee Break

2:45 pm  Giulia Corti (King’s College London): Kant on Drawing the Limits of Cognition 

3:45 pm Coffee Break

4:15 pm Anil Gomes (University of Oxford): On the Necessity of the Categories’

5:15 pm Coffee Break

5:30 pm  Maya Krishnan (University of Oxford): Rethinking the Transcendental Ideal

6:30 pm Dinner

 

Organisers:

Nicholas Currie (UCL)

Christopher Benzenberg (Cambridge)

Maya Krishnan (Oxford)

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