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The Norwegian Kant Society is a non-affiliated, non-profit society working to further knowledge of Kant's philosophy and its relevance for almost all areas of current philosophy, both among professional philosophers and for the interested layman.
The Kant Society arranges single lectures, one-day symposia and broader conferences and research education courses lasting 2-3 days.
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 will participate and would like access to papers.
Ariel Zylberman, Postdoctoral Research Fellow at UCLA, will deliver the talk "The Bounds of Rights" for this session of Filosofisk seminar and The Norwegian Kant-Society. The seminar is open for everyone, and will be followed by a reception on the third floor of Georg Morgenstiernes hus.
Immanuel Kants Über Pädagogik (1803) foreligger i disse dager for første gang på norsk i Bjarne Hansens oversettelse. I den anledning kommer oversetteren, i samarbeid med Norsk Kant-selskap, til Filosofisk seminar for å holde et foredrag om Kants pedagogikk. Seminaret er åpent for alle og etterfølges av en enkel og uformell mottakelse på IFIKK sitt kjøkken i tredje etasje av Georg Morgenstiernes Hus.
The Norwegian Kant Society and Filosofisk seminar invite you to the lecture "Kant's Case against Heterosexual Marriage" by Martin Sticker, research fellow at Trinity College Dublin. The seminar is open for everyone, and will be followed by a reception on the third floor of Georg Morgenstiernes hus.
For this session of Filosofisk seminar, in cooperation with Norsk Kant-selskap, research fellow at Trinity College Dublin, Martin Sticker, will deliver the talk "Kant’s case against Heterosexual Marriage". The seminar is open for everyone, and will be followed by a reception on the third floor of Georg Morgenstiernes hus.
The Norwegian Kant Society will host a guest lecture by professor Eric Nelson, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, on the topic "A Peculiar Fate: The Reception of Confucianism in German Philosophy".
According to Kant, your first duty to yourself and the “beginning of all human wisdom” is to know yourself (MM, 6:441). But what kind of knowledge is this, how can we attain it, and how is it relevant to our moral agency? Kant’s conception of the self and the subjective conditions for moral actions were challenged by subsequent thinkers like Fries, Fichte, and Hegel who identified alleged tensions in Kant’s account and proposed innovative solutions. The question about the relation between self-knowledge and morality is still subject to debate among scholars of Kant and German Idealism.
Filosofisk seminar and the Norwegian Kant Society invites you to the lecture "Using Kantian Ethics to Improve Economics" by professor Mark D. White.
The Norwegian Kant Society has the pleasure to announce the following guest lecture by Hans Marius Hansteen, University of Bergen: The Sublime and the Revolution: Notes on Aesthetics, Rhetoric and Politics in Kant. All interested are welcome!
MultiRights Workshop & Graduate Conference
The Norwegian Kant Society welcomes you to the presentation “Misplaced Respect: Kant on Subreption and the Status of the Sublime” by Helen Haav.
Lecture by professor Christoph Horn (Universität Bonn), organized by Filosofisk seminar and the Norwegian Kant Society.
PhD course/workshop at the University of Oslo, jointly given by Houston Smit (University of Arizona), Robert Hanna (University of Boulder, Colorado), Eric Watkins (UCSD), and Camilla Serck-Hanssen (University of Oslo).
Conference at the University of Oslo, December 3-5, 2009
Mini-conference on the Paralogisms.
Workshop organized by the Norwegian Kant-Society in cooperation with Filosofisk Seminar.