This Friday and Saturday, the German Philosophy Workshop will jointly present several talks with the Philosophy department as part of the annual Graduate Research Conference, which features the research of University of Chicago Philosophy PhD students currently on the academic job market. Three of these talks will be on German Idealism. See below:
Friday, December 2nd, 9:00-10:30: Anastasia Artemyev Berg, “Evil or only Immature? Acquiring Moral Character in Kant”
Friday, December 2nd, 3:00-4:30: Jessica Tizzard, “Making Room for Evil: Kant’s Cognitivism and the Human Predisposition Towards Goodness”
Saturday, December 3rd, 10:45-12:15: Andrew Werner, “Objective Thought”
All talks will take place in Rosenwald 405. See the attached poster for more details about the conference.