Chair:
Howard Williams

(Aberystwyth U)

Speakers: 
Daniel Carranza (U Chicago)
"Incipience: Goethe's Animal Aesthetics as a Solution to Schillerian Paradoxes"​


Gunnar Hindrichs (U Basel)

"The Unity of Nature"


Michael House (U South Carolina)

"That Microcosm of Folly:
Getting it Wrong in Goethe's Faust"​

 Speakers:
Henry Allison (UC San Diego)

Angela Breitenbach (Cambridge)

​Charlie Cooper-Simpson (University of Toronto)

Jordan Daniels (Emory University)

​Naomi Fisher (Clark University)

Eckart Förster (Johns Hopkins University)
Paul Franks (Yale University)

​Gabe Gottlieb (Xavier University)

Susan Hahn (MIT)

Anja Jauernig (New York University)

Sabina Vaccarino Bremner (Columbia University)

Andrew Werner (University of Chicago/Yale University)​
​Allen Wood (Indiana University)

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Chair:

 Meghant Sudan

Chairs:

Karl Ameriks (University of Notre Dame)

​Graciela De Pierris (Stanford University)

Michael Friedman (Stanford University)

​​Daniel Lindquist (Indiana University)

Huaping Lu-Adler (Georgetown University)

Sasha Mudd (University of Southhampton))




Conference Organizers:

Gerad Gentry, Helga Varden, and Rachel Zuckert

North American Kant Society                                 Society for German Idealism and Romanticism


2017 SGIR-NAKS Joint Conference

"Kantian Legacies in German Idealism"

14 & 15 of October 2017 – Department of Philosophy, Stanford University

​​You can download the conference program here: ​

2017 Pacific American Philosophical Association​​

SGIR Session on

Kantian Normativity 

​Saturday, April 15th, 6-9 pm – Seattle, WA

2017 Eastern American Philosophical Association​​ SGIR Session on

Goethe

Thursday, January 5th, 12-2 pm – Baltimore, MD

Speakers: 

Alix Cohen (Edinburgh)
"Kant on Science and Value"


​Samantha Matherne (UC Santa Cruz)
"Kant on the Scope of Aesthetic Reasons​"


Melissa Merritt (UNSW Sydney)
"Kantian Cognitive Value"​


Konstantin Pollok (U South Carolina)
"Epistemic Normativity in Kant"