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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin | Institut für Philosophie | Graduate Workshop "Kant on Following Rules"

Graduate Workshop "Kant on Following Rules"

Wann 27.06.2016 bis 28.06.2016 (Europe/Berlin / UTC200) iCal
Wo UdL 6, Raum 2103

This workshop explores the issue of normativity and rule-following in Kant’s theoretical philosophy, with a special focus on his account of human knowledge and cognition.

What is the place of rule following in Kant’s overall picture? How are the normative aspects of the rule-governed activities of the different cognitive faculties to be specified? What are the law-giving grounds of the epistemic norms?

 

Attendance to the workshop is free, but please register in advance by sending an email to berlinkantworkshop2016@gmail.com.

 

Here the Program as PDF file.

 

Monday, June 27

 

9.30–10.00

Welcome & coffee

10.00–11.15

Leon Geerdink (University of Groningen)

Kant’s pure general logic: Its normativity as an argument in favor of the constitutive view

Comment: Laura Davis (University of Pittsburgh)

11.15–11.30

Coffee Break

11.30–12.45

Luigi Filieri (University of Pisa; VRF Brown University)

Kant and Beck on the Rules of Judgment

Comment: Xi Luo (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)

12.45–14.15

Lunch break

14.15–15.30

Xi Chen (Universität Halle-Wittenberg)

Normativity and Conceptualism

Comment: Jieyao Hu (Sun Yat-sen University)

15.30–16.45

Amy Levine (University of Oxford)

Synthesis and Intuitional Unity in the Kantian Conceptualism/Non-Conceptualism Debate

Comment: Marialena Karampatsou (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)

16.45–17.00

Coffee Break

17.00–18.30

Keynote Address: Konstantin Pollok (University of South Carolina)

Normative and/or Constitutive? Kant's Synthetic Principles A Priori

 

 

Tuesday, June 28

 

9.30–10.00

Welcome & coffee

10.00–11.15

Julia Muñoz (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México)

The possibility of epistemic error in Kant’s characterization of categories

Comment: Marco Santi (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)

11.15–11.30

Coffee Break

11.30–12.45

Jonas Held (University of Basel)

Kant on Rules of Inference

Comment: Thijs Menting (University of Potsdam)

12.45–14.15

Lunch Break

14.15–15.30

Cheng-Hao Lin (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München)

The normativity of reason and the deduction of the ideas in the first Critique

Comment: Karen Koch (Freie Universität Berlin)

15.30–16.45

Sofie Møller (European University Institute)

Lawfulness and rule following

Comment: Bianca Ancillotti (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)

16.45–17.00

Coffee Break

17.00–18.30

Keynote Address: Clinton Tolley (UC San Diego)

Kant on the distinction between Denken, Erkennen, and Fürwahrhalten