CFP: Call for Papers for Symphilosophie 6 (2024) - Romanticism and its Kantian Legacy

Submission deadline: May 31, 2024

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SYMPHILOSOPHIE: International Journal of Philosophical Romanticism is now accepting submissions of original research articles, review essays, book reviews and new translations for its sixth issue, which will appear in late 2024. 

We are pleased to announce Marie-Michèle Blondin (Collège Montmorency / CCEAE, Université de Montréal), Luigi Filieri (Universität Mainz), Cody Staton (Kennesaw State University), and Gesa Wellmann (Universität Oldenburg), as guest editors of this issue. They will be in charge of the main section devoted to the topic: 

Romanticism and its Kantian Legacy

For the 300th anniversary of the birth of Immanuel Kant, SYMPHILOSOPHIE welcomes submissions dealing with the indelible legacy of Kantian philosophy among the German romantic philosophers. That is to say, investigations detailing the different ways the romantics engaged with the critical philosophy and how these interactions shaped some of the central tenets of German Romanticism itself. We are particularly interested in vestiges of Kantian philosophy among thinkers such as Friedrich Schlegel, Novalis, Friedrich Schleiermacher, and Hölderlin, as well as romantic figures who transformed Kantian philosophy in languages other than German, like Samuel Taylor Coleridge. 

The deadline for all contributions to this sixth issue is: 31 May 2024. Contributions should be sent to the following email address: 

[email protected]

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