Kant in Progress
University of Bayreuth, Germany
You are warmly invited to participate in the conference “Kant in Progress” taking place June 23-24th 2021 (on Zoom). Invited speakers will share and discuss their latest research work on Kant’s philosophy, including his legal, moral and theoretical philosophy. The conference languages are English and German.
Christoph Horn: Is there a ‚Categorical Imperative of Right‘ in Kant? Which procedure might be meant?
Corinna Mieth: What does it mean to treat someone always at the same time as an end, never merely as a means
Lunch break: 12:15- 13:15
Rudolf Schüßler: An Early Modern Scholastic Precursor of the Categorical Imperative
Eytan Celik: Transzendentale Freiheit und die Möglichkeit von Gesetzen
Thomas Mertens: Some observations on Kant’s ‘The end of all things
Alice Pinheiro Walla: Honeste Vive: Dignity in Kant’s Legal Theory
Bernd Ludwig: Kant und die ‚Esquimaux‘. Rassismus in der Philosophie?
Lunch break: 12:15-13:15
Ewa Wyrębska-Ɖermanović: Approaching Kant on Race and Racism
Sofie Møller: Progress and the state of nature
Martin Sticker: Mere Means, Mere Things and Mere Enemies
You can find more information here:
Eytan Celik, University of Bayreuth (firstname.lastname@example.org)