Conference: Leuven Kant Conference (Leuven, 1st-2nd June, 2017)

We are glad to announce that the Leuven Kant Conference will be held in Leuven on June 1st-2nd.

Kant is widely recognized as one of the most important figures in the history of modern philosophy. Dealing with almost all areas of research, including metaphysics, epistemology, the natural sciences, mathematics, ethics, aesthetics, theology, history, anthropology, and politics, his works have had a great impact on developments within and outside philosophy in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The Leuven Kant Conference singles out neither a specific topic, nor a specific part of Kant’s oeuvre, nor a specific approach to it, but aims to provide a platform that enhances the exchanges and debates between (junior and senior) researchers from all over the world.

Keynote Speakers will be Jeanine Grenberg (St. Olaf College), Julia Jansen (KU Leuven) and Konstantin Pollok (University of South Carolina).

The event is organized by Karin de Boer, Arnaud Pelletier, Simon Truwant and Dennis Vanden Auweele.

Please find the event’s full program at this link, or download the .pdf.

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