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The Kant Studies Workshop

KSW meets weekly or bimonthly

The Kant Studies Workshop (KSW) is composed largely of Stanford Philosophy graduate students. Faculty attend sporadically. We meet weekly or bimonthly to discuss Kant's work or work on Kant. In addition, we occasionally invite those working in the field to give presentations. 

Once a year, we organize a retreat for two days of presentations and intensive discussion of graduate student work on Kant.

Previous presenters include R. Lanier Anderson, Vincenzo De Risi, Michael Friedman, Paul Guyer, Beatrice Longuenesse, Konstantin Pollok, Daniel Sutherland, Daniel Warren, and Allen Wood.

Recent events:

  •   3/13/2015: Third Annual Kant Studies Retreat (KSR)
  •   2/5/2015: Vincenzo De Risi
  •   5/08/2014: Beatrice Longuenesse, comments by R. Lanier Anderson
  •   5/06/2014: Daniel Sutherland, comments by Michael Friedman
  •   2/21-23/2014: Second Annual Kant Studies Retreat (KSR)
  •   1/31/2014: Daniel Warren, comments by Michael Friedman

For more infomation: Contact Paul Tulipana (tulipana@stanford.edu)

Events

Nov
12

Kant Lecture I: "Kant Among the Sherpas"

5:30pm | Building 420-041, MAP

KANT LECTURE SERIES: "Morality Here and There"
KANT LECTURE I (12 Nov):
"Kant Among the Sherpas"
Location: Building...

Type: Major Lectures
Nov
14

Kant Lectures Discussion with David Velleman

3:15pm | Building 90-92Q, MAP

KANT LECTURE SERIES: "Morality Here and There"
KANT LECTURE I (12 Nov):
"Kant Among the Sherpas"
Location: Building...