9. Berliner Kantkurs
Kant’s Mathematical World
June 24–26, 2021
The “Berliner Kantkurs” is a regular three-day seminar in which internationally renowned researchers present their own recent work on Kant’s philosophy, its impact on the history of philosophy, or its reception in contemporary philosophy. This year’s guest will be Daniel Sutherland from the University of Illinois Chicago, who will present his reconstruction of Kant’s philosophy of mathematics.
The seminar is aimed at interested advanced students and professional philosophers from Berlin and elsewhere. This year it will be held in digital form. Registration is required for participation (firstname.lastname@example.org). Registered participants will be provided with the Zoom link and the reading material for the course.
Organized by Tobias Rosefeldt (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)
Thursday, June 24, 6:15 p.m. – 7:45 p.m. CET (Zoom meeting).
Mathematics and the World of Experience (public lecture)
Friday, June 25, 3.00 – 7.00 p.m. CET (Zoom meeting)
Seminar part 1
Saturday, June 26, 3.00 – 7.00 p.m. CET (Zoom meeting)
Seminar part 2
2008 Quassim Cassam, Transcendental Arguments and the Possibility of Knowlegde
2009 Béatrice Longuenesse, I, Me, Mine – Back to Kant and Back Again
2010 Lucy Allais, Aspects of Transcendental Idealism
2012 Patricia Kitcher, Kant’s Thinker
2014 Michael Friedman, Kant’s Construction of Nature
2015 Nicholas Stang, Kant’s Modal Metaphysics
2016 Marcus Willaschek, Metaphysik und ihre Kritik
2017 Robert Stern, Kant’s Ethics – Value and Obligation
2018 Andrew Chignell, Knowledge, Belief, Hope, and Despair
2019 Michelle Kosch, Fichte’s Ethics