We are glad to give notice of the conference Kant’s Lectures on Political Philosophy (Naturrecht Feyerabend), which will take place on October 14th-16th, at the University of Groningen. The conference is organized by the research group “Kant, Kantianism, and Morality” (University of Groningen) and supported by the Dutch Research Council (NWO).
Speakers will be: Lucy Allais (Johns Hopkins University and University of the Witwatersrand), Luigi Caranti, University of Catania), Mike Gregory (University of Groningen), Paul Guyer (Brown University), Sarah Holtman (University of Minnesota), Monique Hulshof (State University of Campinas), Pauline Kleingeld (University of Groningen), Larry Krasnoff (College of Charleston), Susan Meld Shell (Boston College), Jordan Pascoe (Manhattan College), Frederick Rauscher (Michigan State University), Fiorella Tomassini (University of Groningen), Kenneth Westphal (Academia Europaea), Howard Williams (Cardiff University).
For more information, please visit the website.
The aim of this conference is to bring together researchers interested in Kant’s political philosophy of the 1780s and/or its relation to other aspects of his work. The Feyerabend lectures are the only transcript of Kant’s course on natural law, stemming from the summer of 1784 as he was writing the Groundwork. These lectures have been neglected until very recently despite their importance as Kant’s only in-depth discussion of political philosophy from the decade of the three Critiques.Printable Version