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This week, as part of the Semester Two, 2014-2015 seminars the joint Edinburgh-Cambridge Kant Reading Group is reading the Analytic of Teleological Judgment, §§61-63 (V 359-369). Advertisements
The videos for our Interdisciplinary Colloquium on Newton, Kant and the Newtonianism of the Eighteenth Century held at IASH are now online. Four excellent talks—from Thomas Ahnert, John Henry, Michela Massimi and Eric Schliesser—on two of the most important thinkers … Continue reading
As part of the Summer 2014 seminars the Edinburgh-St Andrews Kant Reading Group read the First Critique, B823–847 and Jens Timmermann’s ‘Kantian Dilemmas? Moral Conflict in Kant’s Ethical Theory‘.
As part of the Summer 2014 seminars the Edinburgh-St Andrews Kant Reading Group read sections 92-3, 162-3 of the Second Critique and M. McNulty’s ‘Kant on Chemistry and the Application of Mathematics in Natural Science’.