The Humboldt Seminar
Program: Winter 2019
Meetings take place in: GWZ 2116, from 11:00-13:00 (s.t.)
October 21 – Bianca Ancillotti
Elements of Kantian Two-Dimensionality
November 4 – Gilad Nir
Philosophical Riddles and Ethical Transformations
November 18 – Wolfram Gobsch
Autonomy and radical evil: a Kantian challenge to constitutivism
November 25 – Sabrina Bauer
Kant’s Epistemological Distinction between Appearances and Things in Themselves
December 2 – Jonas Held
Dealing with the Tortoise: How can logic be normative?
December 9 – Dawa Ometto
Anscombe, Causality and Determinism
January 6 – Alec Hinshelwood
On Practical Thought
January 13 – Vanessa Carr
The Significance of Transitive Action Verbs
January 20 – Joris Spigt
Skepticism as the Negative Side of Philosophy: Hegel’s Early Skepticism Essay
The first 45 minutes of each meeting will be devoted to presenting the papers; the rest of the time will be devoted to discussion.
Suggested readings for the seminar are distributed to registered participants through our mailing list. For more details, please contact gilad.nir [at] uni-leipzig.de .
Program: Winter 2018
Meetings will take place in the GWZ, room 2116, from 11am-1pm
29.10 Alec Hinshelwood: “Making Do With Events”
5.11 Vanessa Carr: “No Objection to Object Causation”
19.11 Dawa Ometto: “The Factivity of Practical Knowledge”
26.11 Bianca Ancillotti: “How to Become a Transcendental Idealist”
3.12 Martijn Wallage: “Am I Anonymous?”
10.12 Gilad Nir: “The Tractarian Account of Inference”
7.1 Jonas Held: “Kant on Syllogistic Reasoning”
The reasings for the seminar are distributed to registered participants through our mailing list. For more details, please contact gilad.nir [at] uni-leipzig.de .