Kant and German Idealism: A Conference in Honor of Rolf-Peter Horstmann

October 4, 2019 - October 5, 2019
Philosophy Department, University of Pennsylvania

Cohen Hall 402, University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
United States

Sponsor(s):

  • Philosophy Dept., UPenn
  • Wolf Humanities Center, UPenn
  • GPPC

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Indiana University, Bloomington
Freie Universität Berlin
Brown University
Concordia University
Princeton University
Humboldt-University, Berlin
Fordham University

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University of Pennsylvania

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Kant and German Idealism: A Conference in Honor of Rolf-Peter Horstmann

Place: Cohen Hall 402, University of Pennsylvania (but see qualification below)

Schedule

Friday, Oct. 4 (opening remarks and first talk in Philosophy Library, 4th floor, Cohen)

2pm to 2:10: Opening remarks (GH)

2:10 to 3:20: Nabeel Hamid (Concordia): “Kant on Physicotheology”

3:30 to 4:45: Rolf Horstmann (Penn): “Hegel’s Idealism” (in Cohen 402)

Coffee

5:10pm to 6:20: Dina Emundts (Free Univ., Berlin): “Kant and Hegel on Time”

6:20 to 7pm: reception

Saturday, Oct. 5

9:30 to 10am, coffee and donuts

Chair: SSM

10am to 11:10: Des Hogan (Princeton): “Absolute Space and the A Priori”

11:15 to 12:25: Reed Winegar (Fordham): “Kant's Three Conceptions of Infinite Space.”

Lunch (provided for speakers)

Chair: Julie Klein (Villanova)

2pm to 3:10: Wiebke Deimling (Clark University): TBA

3:15 to 4:25: Paul Guyer (Brown): “Necessity, Contingency, and Idealism”

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