Recorded Sessions

1st Session (March 4) 

International Society of Kant Studies in French

Henny Blomme (Université Libre de Bruxelles): The Transition from Critical Ontology to Kantian Metaphysics 

Audrey Rieber (ENS Lyon): About the Conditions of Possibility of a Science of Art: The Renewal of the Transcendental Question by Edgar Wind 

Günter Zöller (University of Munich): (Re-)Publicity. Kant’s Late Extension of Transcendentality to Law and Politics

2nd Session (March 18) 

Korean Kant Society

Heisook Kim (Ewha Womans University, Seoul): Knowledge without Transcendental Justification: An Examination of Confucianism through a Kantian Lens

3rd Session (April 8) 

Chinese Kant Society

Bo Fang (Peking University): The Reception and Development of Kant’s Philosophy in China 

Xing Nan (Peking University): Does Kantian Epistemology Have a Future? 

Tao Huang (Sun Yat-sen University): Right and Community in Kant’s Legal and Political Philosophy 

Weijia Wang (Fudan University): What Can We Learn from Kant’s Biological Teleology Today? 

Yunfei Yang (Wuhan University): Three Levels of Enlightenment Thinking in Kant’s Philosophy

4th Session (April 15

Canada Kant Group (NAKS)

Paul Abela (Acadia University): Kant on Representation: Confronting a World 

Luc Langlois (Université Laval): Kant: the Consistent Aufklärer 

Alice Pinheiro Walla (McMaster University): Kant on Property and International Law 

Charlotte Sabourin (Douglas College): Kant’s Contribution to the Infanticide Debate

5th Session (April 29

Italian Kant Society

Jessica Segesta (University of Palermo): Ontology as immanent thinking and the concept of transcendental objectivity

Lorenzo Sala (University of Milan): Thinking in Images and Thinking in Signs: Kant's Criticism of the Definition of Judgement of the Logicians in §19 of the B Deduction


6th Session (May 17

North American Kant Society

Helga Varden (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign): Sex, Race, and Gender – Kantian Ways Forward 

John Walsh (Martin Luther Universität Halle-Wittenberg): Kant's Principia Diiudicationis and Executionis 

Martina Favaretto (University of Toronto): A Kantian Account of Aesthetically Sublime Rage