Lawrence Pasternack, a professor of Philosophy at Oklahoma State University, focuses his work on Kant, with publications across his ethical theory, epistemology, and philosophy of religion.
Nicholas Vrousalis, an associate professor of Practical Philosophy at Erasmus University Rotterdam, works on distributive ethics, democratic theory, and the history of political philosophy, with an emphasis on Kant, Hegel, and Marx.
Join us for a practice placement job talk by Damian Melamedoff-Vosters titled “Obligation and Causation in Kant’s Second Analogy.”
Pirachula Chulanon (Toronto Metropolitan) specializes in Kant’s theories of knowledge and mind. His work concerns the origins and limits of our understanding of our own humanity and rationality. He pairs this with research and teaching interests in ethics and aesthetics, especially theories of art in the German-speaking tradition after Kant.
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).
Join us for a practice placement job talk by Natasha Hay titled “Benjamin and Kant on Violence in Education.”
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.
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
Join us for a practice placement job talk by Michael Blezy on Heidegger.
Daniel Breazeale has been at the University of Kentucky since 1971. He specializes in German philosophy from Kant to Nietzsche, with a research focus on post-Kantian idealism and the philosophy of J. G. Fichte. Other interests include existentialism, skepticism, and social and political philosophy.
Organized by Professor Nick Stang, this conference aims to generate dialogue between contemporary analytic metaphysicians and scholars of Kant, who famously questioned whether such a thing as metaphysics is even possible. Participants include Amie Thomasson (Dartmouth), Eric Watkins (UC San Diego), our own Damian Melamedoff, and many more.