Kant on Revolution

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The workshop is free and open to everyone. This is a read ahead workshop and papers will only be briefly presented. Sign-up is not necessary, but write to Reidar Maliks if you intend to participate and would like access to papers.


10:00-10:15 Coffee, opening

10:15-11:15 Alice Pinheiro Walla (University of Bayreuth), ”What is a Right?”

11:25-12:25 Paola Romero (LSE), ”Kant and Hobbes on the necessity of state coercion”

Lunch 12:25-13:00

13:00-14:00 Philipp-Alexander Hirsch (University of Göttingen), "Judging the Sovereign and the Revolutionary. Kant on Political Obligation and Revolution"

14:10-15:10 Sofie Møller (Frankfurt), "Hindsight and foresight in Kant’s opposition to revolution"

15:20-16:20 Michael Morris (University of South Florida), "Kant and the Organization of the People: On revolution and social ontology"

16:30-17:30 Reidar Maliks (Oslo), "Kant’s French Revolution"


The workshop is supported by the Research Council of Norway and by the Department of Philosophy, Classics, History of Art and Ideas, University of Oslo.


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Published May 15, 2019 2:14 PM - Last modified May 15, 2019 3:45 PM