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UK Kant Society Conference

Date: Friday 22nd & Saturday 23rd August 2013

Venue: Radcliffe Humanities, Woodstock Road, OX2 6GG

Programme:

Friday 22nd August 2014

Time Lecture Room Colin Matthew Room

8:45
9:10

Registration
Welcome

9:15

Opening plenary
Tobias Rosefeldt (Humboldt), The Identity of Appearances and Things in Themselves

10:30

Coffee break [Ryle Room]

10:45

Jessica Leech (Sheffield)
Mere Thought and Cognition

Malte Bischof (St Andrews)
Kant’s Objection to the Principle of the Identity of Indiscernibles in the Nova Dilucidatio

12:00

Katherine Dunlop (Texas)
The Content of Transcendental Logic and the Formality of General Logic

Peter Yong (San Diego)
Kant and the Metaphysical Ground of Logical Possibility

13:15

Lunch [Ryle Room]

14:00

Thomas Land (Cambridge)
Spatial Representation, Magnitude, and the Two Stems of Cognition

Sasha Mudd (Southampton)
Kant on Theoretical Reason and the Demand for Cognitive Unity: Revisiting the Appendix to the Transcendental Dialectic

15:15

James Messina (Wisconsin-Madison)
The Mutual Interaction of Space and Mutual Interaction: Kant contra Newton and Leibniz

Lea Ypi (London School of Economics)
Teleology and System in the Architectonic of Pure Reason

16:30

Coffee break [Ryle Room]

16:45

Andrew Stephenson (Oxford)
Kant, the Paradox of Knowability, and the Meaning of ‘Experience’

Philipp-Alexander Hirsch (Göttingen)
The Categoricity of Right: Why the Categorical Imperative Does not Command Acting from Duty

18:00

Marco Santi (Humboldt)
‘Subjective Validity’ and Subjective Grounds for Assent: Kant’s Judgments of Perception in the Context of His Logic

Paola Romero (King’s College London)
Kant against Revolution: A Disenchanted Diagnosis

19:15

Close

19:30

Conference dinner at Shezan (135 Hig Street, Oxford)

 

Saturday 23rd August 2014

Time Lecture Room Colin Matthew Room

9:00

Plenary
Patricia Kitcher (Columbia): A Kantian Critique of Transparency

10:15

Coffee break [Ryle Room]

10:30

Anil Gomes (Oxford)
Burge, Strawson, Kant

Michael Walschots (Western Ontario)
Kant on the Pleasures of Virtuous Action

​11:45

Sasha Golob (King’s College London)
Who Needs the Categories?

Pärttyli Rinne (St Andrews)
The Structure of Self-Love

13:00

Lunch [Ryle Room]

 

13:45

Karin de Boer (Leuven)
Kant’s Conception of Sensible Concepts in 1770 and 1781

Lucy Allais (Sussex/Witwatersrand)
Kant's Account of Free Will

15:00

John J. Callanan (King’s College London)
Thinking of Things in Themselves

R. Brian Tracz (San Diego)
A Roadmap to the Simple: Resolving the Second Antinomy

16:15

Coffee break [Ryle Room]

 

16:30

Colin McLear(Nebraska-Lincoln)
Definition and Essence in Kant's Metaphysical Foundations of Natural Science

Reed Winegar (Fordham)
Distinctness and Spontaneity: Kant and Baumgarten on Intuitive Understanding

17:45
18:00

Annual General Meeting of the UK Kant Society
Executive Committee Meeting

18:15

Closing Plenary
Graham Bird (University of Manchester): Kant and Consciousness

19:30

Reception to mark the 20th anniversary of the founding of the UK Kant Society

Abstracts: Available here (PDF)

Registration: Click here to go to the registration information page.

Accomodation: A block of en-suite rooms will be available at St Anne's College (Woodstock Rd, OX2 6HS) for the fee of £65/night including breakfast. Please book online at St Anne's College accomodation using the promotional code PHILOSOPHY19261.

Bursaries: Thanks to the generosity of the Analysis Trust, a number of bursaries are available to postgraduate students and under-employed recent postgraduates to cover part of the registration and accommodation fees. If you would like to be considered for a bursary, please send an email to alberto.vanzo@email.it by 6 August, explaining why you qualify.

Childcare support: We hope to be able to provide some financial support to those who would like to attend, but require childcare. If you are interested, please email us by 14th August.

Contact: If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact andrew.stephenson@philosophy.ox.ac.uk or alberto.vanzo@email.it  

We gratefully acknowledge the support of the Analysis Trust, the British Society for the History of Philosophy, the Mind Association, and the Philosophy Faculty of the University of Oxford.

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