Events

Consortium Events

Date & Time
Event
Location
Contact
March 18, 2019

German Philosophy Workshop

Matthew Boyle (University of Chicago), “Kant’s Categories as Concepts of Reflection”

Commentator: Güçsal Pusar (DePaul University)

Katharina Kraus (Notre Dame), “The Empirical Self and the Demands of Reason”

Commentator: Amy Levine (University of Chicago)

Naomi Fisher (Loyola University in Chicago),
“Genius and the Supersensible in Kant’s third Critique”

Commentator: Taylor Rogers (Northwestern University)

Sam Fleischacker (University of Illinois-Chicago), “Empathy and Demonization”

Commentator: Stephen Setman (Purdue University)

 

Chairs:

Yoon Choi (Marquette)

Morganna Lambeth (Purdue)

Daniel Sutherland (UIC)

Andrew Cooper (Warwick)

 

program:

CACGP Workshop 2019 Program-3-rohu50

DePaul University

 

 

Kevin Thompson

KTHOMP12@depaul.edu

 

Rachel Zuckert

r-zuckert@

northwestern.edu

March 28, 2019

4-6 p.m.

Speaker: Andrew Cooper (Warwick)

Title: Necessity, empirical laws and hypotheses in Kant’s philosophy of science

Loyola University at Chicago

Naomi Fisher

nfisher1@luc.edu

April 8, 2019

4-6 p.m.

The After-life of Phenomenology Workshop

Speaker: Vicki Spencer (New Zealand)

Title: “Herder and Relativism”

Northwestern University

Kresge 3-438

Hao Liang

haoliang2014@u.northwestern.edu

 

May 21, 2019

4-6 p.m.

Speaker: Laura Papish (George Washington University)

Title: “Radical Evil in light of Kant’s Natural Historical Writings”

Northwestern University

Room: TBA

Hao Liang

haoliang2014@u.northwestern.edu

 

 

Other Events

Date & Time Event Location Contact 
Feb 22-23, 2019 Themes from the Philosophy of Robert Brandom

Marquette University

 Sebastian Luft

sebastian.luft@marquette.edu

Feb 24, 2019

3:00 P.M.

2019 Aquinas Lecture:

Heroism and Magnanimity: The Post-Modern Form of Self-Conscious Agency

Marquette University

Marquette Hall 100

 
Fridays German Philosophy Workshop

Unless otherwise noted, all German Philosophy Workshop events are on Fridays, starting at 2 p.m. Please refer to the website for workshop locations and details, at: http://cas.uchicago.edu/workshops/germanphilosophy/.

University of Chicago