Essay prize for people (a) 40 or younger with (b) a Ph.D. in hand and (c) not in a tenured position. (It’s nice that NAKS is doing this but someone should endow this so that the payout is a bit larger… The home of Sellarsian-Kantianism, for instance!)
Kant-related tidbits from around the world.
But what issue in particular were they arguing about?September 16th, 2013
I can’t believe the reporter left that out.
(Also, what kind of Kantian carries a “small non-lethal pistol”?)
The market for Kant papersJune 13th, 2013
Apparently at least some papers on Kant are worth $9.95 per page… (graders beware)
5000 Euro award for recent Ph.D.s on Kant/KantianismApril 28th, 2013
Announcement below (courtesy of Claudio La Rocca):
The Fondazione Silvestro Marcucci award for the years 2011-2012 will be given to a doctoral thesis related to *Immanuel Kant or Kantianism* and its developments in contemporary philosophy.
The deadline for presenting the applications and necessary documentation to participate to the second edition of the International Dissertation Award has been extended to *May 31st, 2013*.
For further information:
The award can be given to a doctoral thesis (or equivalent foreign work), whose defence has taken place between January 2011 and December 2012, written in Italian, German, English, French and Spanish.
In memoriam Gary BanhamApril 7th, 2013
By way of Dennis Schulting, Kantpapers recently received the sad news that Gary Banham unexpectedly passed away.
Gary was founding editor of Kant Studies Online and ran a much more active blog than this called InterKant. Although I never met him personally, I had a few email exchanges with him and admired his dedication to the study of Kant and the promotion of Kantian ideas.
Dedicated page for the Biennial NAKS MeetingMarch 22nd, 2013
Letter to the NYT: Kant taught mathematicians to turn inwardJanuary 16th, 2013
Not sure about some of the claims here (“science imposes an intellect-created matrix upon the physical world”?), but it’s interesting that the editorial page was willing to publish a letter referencing not only Kant but Cohen and Poincare as well.
New Events tabNovember 24th, 2012
We’ve added an “Events” page (see tab above) that will keep track of any events posted on PhilEvents that have “Kant” in the title or as one of the tags…
NAKS conference call for papersAugust 29th, 2012
Call for Papers: Second Biennial Meeting of the North American Kant Society
The conference will be held at Cornell University on May 31-June 2, 2013. Papers are welcome in any area of Kant’s philosophy, or on themes related to his philosophy. Please identify the area under which you wish your paper to be considered (theoretical, practical, etc.). Papers should not exceed 20 minutes reading time (approx. 3000 words). Papers will be blind reviewed, and so please keep identifying information on a separate page. We especially encourage graduate student submissions. If you are a graduate student, please identify yourself as such in the identifying information page. A $200 travel award will be provided for the best graduate paper and this paper will be considered for the annual Markus Herz Prize.
Submissions should be sent as attachments (doc, docx, pdf) to firstname.lastname@example.org
Due date: January 15, 2013