February 14: Eliza Little (UChicago)

The German Philosophy Workshop is pleased to present:

Hegel for Kantians: Some Thoughts on the Actuality of A Priori Judgments

Eliza Little (University of Chicago)
Friday, February 14, 03:00 – 05:20 p.m.
Wieboldt Hall 408

The paper is available for download here (password-protected).

The German Philosophy Workshop is committed to being a fully accessible workshop. For any questions or concerns about accessibility, please contact Pirachula Chulanon (pirachula@uchicago.edu).

February 7: Samantha Matherne (Harvard)

The German Philosophy Workshop is delighted to present:

The Role of Imagination in Kant’s Theory of Empirical Concept Formation

Samantha Matherne (Harvard University)
Friday, February 7, 03:00 – 05:20 p.m.
Wieboldt Hall 408

The paper will be presented at the workshop (no read-ahead).

The German Philosophy Workshop is committed to being a fully accessible workshop. For any questions or concerns about accessibility, please contact Pirachula Chulanon (pirachula@uchicago.edu).

January 31: Joe Brewer (UChicago)

The German Philosophy Workshop is pleased to present:

Kant’s Schematism

Joe Brewer
Friday, January 31, 03:00 – 05:20 p.m.
Wieboldt Hall 408

The paper will be presented at the workshop (no read-ahead).

The German Philosophy Workshop is committed to being a fully accessible workshop. For any questions or concerns about accessibility, please contact Pirachula Chulanon (pirachula@uchicago.edu).

January 17: Jessica Tizzard (UConn)

The German Philosophy Workshop is delighted to present:

Understanding Weakness of Will with Kant’s Moral Psychology

Jessica Tizzard (University of Connecticut, Amherst)
Friday, January 17, 03:00 – 04:50 p.m.
(Please note unusual ending time)
Wieboldt Hall 408

The paper will be presented at the workshop (no read ahead).

The German Philosophy Workshop is committed to being a fully accessible workshop. For any questions or concerns about accessibility, please contact Pirachula Chulanon (pirachula@uchicago.edu).

November 22: Andrew Pitel (Chicago)

The German Philosophy Workshop is delighted to present:

How Cartesian is Kant?

Andrew Pitel (University of Chicago)
Friday, November 22, 03:00 – 05:20 p.m.
Wieboldt Hall 408

The paper will be presented at the workshop.

The German Philosophy Workshop is committed to being a fully accessible workshop. For any questions or concerns about accessibility, please contact Pirachula Chulanon (pirachula@uchicago.edu).

November 15: Sarale Ben Asher (Chicago)

The German Philosophy Workshop is delighted to present:

The Copernican Revolution as a Philosophical Example

Sarale Ben Asher (University of Chicago)
Friday, November 15, 03:00 – 05:20 p.m.
Wieboldt Hall 408

The paper will be read at the workshop and is available for download here.

The German Philosophy Workshop is committed to being a fully accessible workshop. For any questions or concerns about accessibility, please contact Pirachula Chulanon (pirachula@uchicago.edu).

November 8: Shana Crandell (Chicago)

The German Philosophy Workshop is delighted to present:

The Impossibility of Moral Superintendence

Shana Crandell (University of Chicago)
Friday, November 8, 03:00 – 05:20 p.m.
Wieboldt Hall 408

A light reception will follow in the Anscombe Library.

The German Philosophy Workshop is committed to being a fully accessible workshop. For any questions or concerns about accessibility, please contact Pirachula Chulanon (pirachula@uchicago.edu).

October 25: Andrew Werner (Yale)

The German Philosophy Workshop is delighted to present:

“Hegel and the Truth of Skepticism: A Reply to Disjunctivism”
Andrew Werner (Yale)
Friday, October 25, 03:00 – 05:20 p.m.
Wieboldt Hall 408

The paper is available for download here (password-protected).

A light reception will follow in the Anscombe Library.

The German Philosophy Workshop is committed to being a fully accessible workshop. For any questions or concerns about accessibility, please contact Pirachula Chulanon (pirachula@uchicago.edu).

WEDNESDAY, May 29: Sarah Ryckmans (UC Louvain)

The German Philosophy Workshop is delighted to present:

“The Question of Critique as Knowledge in Kant”

Sarah Ryckmans

Rescheduled to May 29, 6- 8 pm

Wieboldt 408

 

The German Philosophy Workshop is committed to being a fully accessible workshop. For any questions or concerns about accessibility, please contact Amy Levine at amylevine@uchicago.edu