North American Kant Society 5th Biennial Conference

Country: USA

City: Binghamton

Abstr. due: 01.01.2020

Dates: 05.06.20 — 07.06.20

Area Of Sciences: Philosophy;

Organizing comittee e-mail:

Organizers: Department of Philosophy, State University of New York at Binghamton Binghamton, United States


Papers in any area of Kant’s and Kantian philosophy, from analytic, continental, or historical approaches, are welcome.  We encourage as well submissions on the conference theme, “Kant and the Value of Humanity.”

Please identify two areas under which you wish your paper to be considered:

1. Kant’s Pre-critical Philosophy

2. Metaphysics

3. Epistemology and Logic

4. Philosophy of Science and Nature

5. Teleology

6. Ethics and Moral Philosophy

7. Philosophy of Law and Justice

8. Philosophy of Politics, History, and Culture

9. Religion and Theology

10. Aesthetics

11. Kant and German Idealism

12. Kant and Phenomenology

13. Kant in the Present

14. Kant and the Value of Humanity

We are also accepting submissions for papers for the following two panels, sponsored by the American Society for Aesthetics.

1) “Kant’s Methodology of Taste: the role of Humaniora”

For this panel we invite papers on the much overlooked final section of Kant’s Critique of the Aesthetic Power of Judgment where Kant discusses the role of preparation and study for training taste and also the social nature of taste and its role in cultivating humanity.

2) “The Aesthetics of the Sublime and Human Dignity”

For this panel we invite papers on the relationship between the moral and aesthetic dimensions of the sublime in Kant.

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