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“… we can summarize the demand that reason makes on the cognitive faculty in three questions, which are directed to the three cognitive faculties:
What do I want? (asks understanding)
What does it matter? (asks the power of judgment)
What comes of it? (asks reason).
Minds differ greatly in their ability to answer all three of these questions.“
— Kant, Anthropology from a Pragmatic Point of View (1798),
AA VII: 227

 

THE KANTIAN CALENDAR

This calendar is meant to help the community of Kant scholars around the world
to coordinate their events and to enhance participation in them.

Please help us by informing us about your events  – write to Andrey Zilber (azilber [ @ ] kantiana.ru)

Blue: Events organized by the KRL and the Academia Kantiana, Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, Kaliningrad

Black: Other Kant-related events throughout the world.

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PAST EVENTS

UPCOMING EVENTS

 

October 15-17, 2021 – 3rd KRL Conference: Kantian Rationality in the Project of the Enlightenment

October 20, 2021 – V-NAKS: Formal Principles in Kant’s Political Philosophy (Fiorella Tomassini, Paola Romero, Frederick Rauscher, Sorin Baiasu; 1.00 pm Princeton time/7.00 pm CET/Kaliningrad Time)

October 21, 2021 – Online Leuven Seminar in Classical German Philosophy: Alistair Welchman, University of Texas: TBA
(5.00-6.30 pm CET/Kaliningrad time)

October 25, 2021 – Deadline for submissions: KRL Workshop: Ideas in Kant’s Transcendental Philosophy

October 26, 2021 – Kant-Lecture at Academia Kantiana: Andrey Patkul (Saint-Petersburg) with the topic
Reason as the “stiff-necked adversary of thought”:
destruction of the opposition of the rational and the irrational in Heidegger
(in Russian; offline event at IKBFU; 7.00pm CET/Kaliningrad Time)

October 28, 2021 – KRL Lecture: Colin McLear (Lincoln, NE): Self-Consciousness and Rationality
(6.00-8.00pm CET/Kaliningrad Time)

November 4, 2021 – Online Leuven Seminar in Classical German Philosophy:
Abraham Anderson (The American University in Cairo): Kant and Hume

(5.00-6.30 pm CET/ 6.00-7.30 pm Kaliningrad time)

November 10, 2021 – V-NAKS: Kant on Reasoning Well (Janum Sethi, Krista Thomason, Yoon Choi, Lucy Allais; 1.00 pm Princeton time/7.00 pm CET/8.00 pm Kaliningrad Time)

November 11, 2021: Corinna Mieth (Bochum), Jacob Rosenthal (Konstanz): Blindspots in the Formula of Humanity: What does it mean to treat someone also at the same time as an end, never merely as a means? (6.00-8.00pm CET/7:00-9:00 Kaliningrad Time)

November 12-13, 2021  Nature, Mind, Freedom – A Conference in Celebration of Béatrice Longuenesse,
New York University, Kimmel Center

November 14, 2021 – Online Leuven Seminar in Classical German Philosophy: Workshop on Jacobi.
Talks by Wai Lam Foo, Guido Frilli, Juliana Martone
(5.00-6.30 pm CET/ 6.00-7.30 pm Kaliningrad time)

November 18, 2021 – KRL Lecture: Andrew Chignell (Princeton): Kant’s Epistemic Fallibilism: Four Models
(6.00-8.00pm CET/7.00-9.00pm Kaliningrad Time)

December 2, 2021 – Online Leuven Seminar in Classical German Philosophy: Hernán Pringe (University of Buenos Aires):
Hermann Cohen´s Interpretation of Kant´s Anticipations of Perception

(5.00-6.30 pm CET/ 6.00-7.30 pm Kaliningrad time)

December 16, 2021 – Online Leuven Seminar in Classical German Philosophy:
Katharina Kraus (University of Notre Dame): TBA
(5.00-6.30 pm CET/ 6.00-7.30 pm Kaliningrad time)

December 17-18, 2021 – KRL Workshop: Ideas in Kant’s Transcendental Philosophy

January 13, 2022 – KRL Lecture: Oliver Sensen (New Orleans, LA): tbd (6.00-8.00pm CET/7:00-9:00 Kaliningrad Time)

January 27, 2022 – KRL Lecture: Arthur Ripstein (Toronto):
A Public World of Enduring Objects: Kant’s Deductions of Property And Substance
(6.00-8.00pm CET/7:00-9:00 Kaliningrad Time)

February 2, 2022 – V-NAKS: Kant on Humanity’s Progress (Sofie Møller, Sacha Golob, Olga Lenczewska, Alexander Englert; 1.00 pm Princeton time/7.00 pm CET/8.00 pm Kaliningrad Time)

February 16, 2022 – V-NAKS: TBA (1.00 pm Princeton time/7.00 pm CET/8.00 pm Kaliningrad Time)

February 24, 2022 – KRL Lecture: Camilla Serck-Hanssen (Oslo): Kant’s “Metaphysical Deduction” of Ideas of Reason
(6.00-8.00pm CET/7:00-9:00 Kaliningrad Time)

March 2, 2022 – V-NAKS: Kant on the Finitude of the Human Mind (Rosalind Chaplin, Marialena Karampatsou, Morganna Lambeth, Alexandra Newton; 1.00 pm Princeton time/7.00 pm CET/8.00 pm Kaliningrad Time)

March 10, 2022 – KRL Lecture: Lucas Thorpe (Istanbul): tbd (6.00-8.00pm CET/7:00-9:00 Kaliningrad Time)

March 16, 2022 – V-NAKS: TBA (1.00 pm Princeton time/6.00 pm CET/7.00 pm Kaliningrad Time)

March 24, 2022 – KRL Lecture: Irina Schumski (Tübingen): tbd (6.00-8.00pm CET/7:00-9:00 Kaliningrad Time)

March 30, 2022 – V-NAKS: Kant on Happiness and Well-Being (Anne Margaret Baxley, Erica Holberg, Melissa Seymour Fahmy, Sherry Kao; 1.00 pm Princeton time/7.00 pm CET/Kaliningrad Time)

May 5, 2022 – KRL Lecture: Michela Massimi (Edinburgh): tbd (6.00-8.00pm CET/Kaliningrad Time)

May 19, 2022 – KRL Lecture: Paul Guyer (Providence, RI): tbd (6.00-8.00pm CET/Kaliningrad Time)

June 2, 2022 – KRL Lecture: Yoon Choi (Marquette, MW):
The Activity of Thinking and the Unity of Theoretical and Practical Reason
(6.00-8.00pm CET/Kaliningrad Time)

June 8-10, 2022 – Aesthetics and Idealism in the Age of Goethe. The annual conference of the Society for German Idealism and Romanticism (Södertörn University, Stockholm)

June 16-17, 2022 – The Annual Conference of the Society for German Idealism and Romanticism (Humboldt University Berlin)