KU Leuven Online Seminar in Classical German Philosophy (Spring 2022)

We are glad to give notice of the new program of the KU Leuven Seminar in Classical German Philosophy (Spring 2022). Events are recorded and made available on the YouTube Channel of the research group.

To register and receive the Zoom link, please visit this link.

Below you can find the Spring Program 2022 of the KU Leuven online seminar series.


Unless otherwise noted the sessions take place on Thursdays, 5.00-6.30 pm CET


February 3

Jörg Nöller (LMU Munich), Obscuring Reason: Kant and Fichte on Acting Against the Moral Law

Respondent: Michelle Kosch (Cornell University)

March 3

Gabriele Gava (University of Turin), Kant’s Method in the Critique of Pure Reason

Respondent: Karin de Boer (KU Leuven)

March 10

Dina Emundts (Freie Universität Berlin), TBA

March 24 (5.30-7.30 pm)

Three Short Papers: The Idea of Revolution in Early Post-Kantian Philosophy

James Clarke (University of York)

Michael Nance (University of Maryland, Baltimore County)

Paola Romero (University of Fribourg

April 28 (5-7 pm)

Workshop: Fichte’s Engagement with Early Modern Philosophy

Jimena Solé (Universidad de Buenos Aires)

Esma Kayar (Istanbul Medeniyet University)

Marco Bazzan (Universidade Federal do Espirito Santo, Brasil)

Respondent: Daniel Breazeale (University of Kentucky)

May 5

Discussion of a recent article: ‘Kant and the Production of the Antinomy of Pure Reason’ (Kant-Studien 112/4, 2021)

Miguel Herszenbaun (Universidad de Buenos Aires)
Respondents: Sally Sedgwick (Boston University) and Stephen Howard (KU Leuven)


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