Conference: “Kant on Introspection, Self-Consciousness and Self-Knowledge” (University of Nebraska – Lincoln, May 1st – 2nd 2015)

We are pleased to announce the seventh annual Robert R. Chambers conference, Kant on Introspection, Self-Consciousness and Self-Knowledge, that will take place on May, 1st-2nd 2015, hosted by the Department of Philosophy at UNL (University of Nebraska – Lincoln) in Lincoln (Nebraska, USA).

The aim of the conference is to discuss themes related to Kant’s (and Kantian) views on introspection, self-consciousness and self-knowledge.


Confirmed speakers include:

Andrew Brook (Carleton University)
Andrew Chignell (Cornell University)
Anil Gomes (Oxford University)
Béatrice Longuenesse (New York University)
Derk Pereboom (Cornell University)
Clinton Tolley (University of California, San Diego)

If you would like to attend, or are interested in chairing a session, please contact

There are two blocks of rooms reserved  in downtown Lincoln, convenient to conference venue.

Flights daily from both the Lincoln Airport (LNK) and Eppley Airport (OMA) in Omaha, about an hour north of Lincoln.

For the call for papers, click on this link.

For further information, please click on this link.

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