James Conant is Chester D. Tripp Professor of Humanities at the University of Chicago, with research interests in philosophy of language, philosophy of mind, aesthetics, German idealism, and the history of analytic philosophy.
The Kant & Post-Kantian German Philosophy Group is pleased to welcome Alice Pinheiro Walla (McMaster) for a research talk.
This day-long workshop will discuss a current book manuscript by G. Anthony Bruno (Royal Holloway, University of London).
Sofia Ortiz-Hinojosa, an assistant professor of Philosophy at Vassar College, will be speaking about the epistemic views of Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz.
This two-day workshop will discuss book manuscripts by Karl Schafer (Texas-Austin) and Colin McLear (Nebraska).
Shankar Nair’s (Virginia) general field of interest is the religious and intellectual history of the Indian subcontinent, particularly as it relates to broader traditions of Sufism and Islamic philosophy, Qur’anic exegesis, and Hindu philosophy and theology.
Andrew Huddleston is a professor of Philosophy at the University of Warwick. His areas of interest include the history of post-Kantian philosophy, particularly Nietzsche and the Frankfurt School.
Daniele Cuneo is a Senior Lecturer at the Sorbonne Nouvelle in Paris. His areas of interest include Sanskrit philosophy, the philosophy of emotion, and the philosophy of art and literature.
The Kant & Post-Kantian German Idealism Group welcomes as a guest speaker Jake McNulty, a lecturer in Philosophy at Dartmouth College. His areas of interest include modern European philosophy with a focus on post-Kantian German Idealism and Marx. He was previously a Bersoff Fellow at NYU. His book, Hegel’s Logic and … Read More
The History of Modern Philosophy Research Group is pleased to host an author meets critic session on Descartes and the Ontology of Everyday Life, by Deborah Brown and Calvin Normore. Critics: Elliot Paul (Queen’s University) Alison Simmons (Harvard University) Marleen Rozemond (University of Toronto) You can join this event … Read More
Aaron Segal (Hebrew University) and Nick Stang (University of Toronto) will teach a pair of seminars on the topic of systematicity. Aaron Segal’s seminar will focus on recent work he has published on systematicity in metaphysics. The following seminar taught by Nick Stang will focus on systematicity in Kant. If … Read More