Conference: Existence, Cognition, Action: Kant’s Legacy for the 21st Century

March 1, 2023 - March 3, 2023

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March 1st

Keynote talk 1:

14:00-15:00 Luigi Caranti (University of Catania) – Kant’s Criticism of Democracy

15:15-15:45 Christian J. Onof (Birkbeck College, London) - Incongruent Counterparts and Transcendental Idealism

15:45-16:15 Vanja Subotić (University of Belgrade) - Reassessing the Relevance of Kant for Modern Physical Cosmology

16:15-16:45 Maja Ferenc Kuća (University of Zadar) – Kant’s Influence on Philosophy of Science

Break 16:45-17:45

17:45-18:15 Jordan C. Myers (University of Houston) - Critiquing the Kingdom of Ends

18:15-18:45 David Landy (San Francisco State University) - A Kantian Defense of Sellarsian Picturing

18:45-19:15 Karlo Gardavski (University of Zagreb) - Brandom's (Neo)pragmatist Reading of Kant: Normative Intentionality

Kenyote talk 2:

19:15-20:15 Thomas Land (University of Victoria) - Perceptual Experience and Necessary Concepts

March 2nd

Keynote talk 1:

14:00-15:00 Jessica Leech (King’s College London) – Objective, Subjective, Neither

Session 1:

15:00-15:30 Steven Gouveia (CEFH - Portuguese Catholic University) - Can the Kantian Brain Explain Consciousness?

15:30-16:00 Jesse Loi (Ohio State University) - A Concrete Kantian Reductio Proof

16:00-16:30 Andrew Stephenson (University of Southampton) - Kant and Kripke: Rethinking Necessity and the A Priori

Keynote talk 2:

16:45-17:45 Andrew Chignell (Princeton University) - Kant on Hope, Despair, and Difference-Making

Break 17:45-18:45

Session 2:

18:45-19:15 Nathan Bice (Columbia University) - The Value of Kant’s Concept of an Object for Realists and Idealists Alike

19:15-19:45 Robert J. Hartman (Ohio Northern University) - Moral Luck in Kantian Moral Philosophy

19:45-20:15 Ahmet Gönüllü (Bilkent University) - Kantian Justification and Explanation for Group Actions

Keynote talk 3:

20:30-21:30 Dietmar Heidemann (University of Luxembourg) - Kant's invention of Realism

March 3rd

Keynote 1:

14:00-15:00 Gabriele Gava (University of Turin) - Kant on Conviction and Persuasion

Session 1:

15:15-15:45 Iris Vidmar Jovanović (University of Rijeka) - Kant’s Theory of Poetic Expression and Contemporary Philosophy of Poetry

15:45-16:15 Ilaria Ferrara (Italian Institute for Philosophical Studies of Naples) - The Science of Beauty: Perception of Form, Emotion, and Creation Between Kant and Neuro-Aesthetics

16:15-16:45 Lukas Nehlsen (University of Cologne) - Kantian Conceptualism, the Rule-Following Paradox and Schematism

Break 16:45-18:00

Session 2:

18:00-18:30 John B. Best (Eastern Illinois University) - Kant’s Prefiguring of Top-Down and Bottom-Up Processing

18:30-19:00 Jonas Held (University of Leipzig) - Kant on Judgment and Belief

19:00-19:30 Avery Goldman (DePaul University) - Kant’s Principle of Sufficient Reason, Revisited

Keynote 2:

19:45-20:45 Michael Lewin (Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University) - Kant on Philosophy as Conceptual Analysis

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University of California, Riverside
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