The Loxbridge Kant Series

November 30, 2019 - June 6, 2020
The Faculties for Philosophy, University College London, University of Cambridge, University of Oxford

United Kingdom

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This term will see the first in the newly formed Loxbridge Kant Series, a collection of three annual workshops on the philosophy of Immanuel Kant, with one taking place each term. The dates for the 2019-20 workshops are as follows:

London – 30th of November
Cambridge – 7th of March
Oxford – 6th of June

The series is designed to bring together people with an interest in Kant’s philosophy in various departments across the cities of London, Oxford and Cambridge. The hope is that this will stimulate interdepartmental conversation and facilitate the sharing of ideas.

This year’s London workshop, which will take place at UCL on the 30th of November. Confirmed keynote speakers for this event are John Callanan (KCL), Robert Watt (Trinity College, Oxford), and Angela Breitenbach (Kings College, Cambridge). Further details about the London workshop including location and registration details are to follow in the coming weeks.

Maya Krishnan (All Souls, Oxford)
Christopher Benzenberg (St. Edmund’s, Cambridge)
Nicholas Currie (UCL)

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November 30, 2019, 9:00am BST

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