Program Schedule

Monday, February 19 | STEW 204

8:30am – Coffee & snacks 

9:00-11:00am – Session One

“Eleutheronomy: The Esoterically Political Character of Kant's Practical Philosophy”
Speaker: Günter Zöller (LMU Munich)
Commentator: Beate Allert (Purdue University)

11:15-1:15pm – Session Two

“Humans-Only Norms: An Unexpected Kantian Story”
Speaker: Robert Louden (University of Southern Maine)
Commentator: Giulia Battistoni (University of Verona / FSU Jena)

1:15-3:15 – Lunch

3:15-5:15pm – Session Three

“Sexual Violence and Oppression – A Kantian Approach”
Speaker: Helga Varden (University of Illinois)
Commentator: Christopher Yeomans (Purdue University)

7:00pm – Dinner at the Purdue Memorial Union (all welcome)

Tuesday, February 20 | STEW 206

8:30am – Coffee & snacks 

9:00-11:00am – Session One

“What is Provisional Right?”
Speakers: Rafeeq Hasan (Amherst College)
                 Martin Jay Stone (Cardozo Law School / The New School)
Commentator: Andrew Israelsen (Purdue University)

11:15-1:15pm – Session Two

“It's All About Power”
Speaker: Jacqueline Mariña (Purdue University)
Commentator: Manja Kisner (LMU Munich)

1:15-2:15pm – Lunch

2:15-4:15pm – Session Three

“Some Kantian thoughts on the question: ‘Why be moral?’”
Speaker: Katerina Deligiorgi (University of Sussex)
Commentator: Hao Liang (Northwestern University)

4:30-6:30pm – Session Four

“Wild Chimeras: Kant on the Dangers of Enthusiasm”
Speaker: Krista Thomason (Swarthmore College)
Commentator: Tyler Haulotte (Purdue University)

7:00pm – Dinner at Town & Gown (speakers and commentators)

Wednesday, February 21 | STEW 204

8:30am – Coffee & snacks

9:00-11:00am – Session One

“Beyond Our Given Nature – Kant on the Inviolable Holiness of Humanity”
Speaker: Ansgar Lyssy (LMU Munich)
Commentator: Brian Johnson (Purdue University)

11:15-1:15pm – Session Two

“The Disunity of the Self”
Speaker: Lucy Allais (UC San Diego / Witwatersrand)
Commentator: Stephen Setman (Purdue Univeristy)

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