Robert Bernasconi – Kant and the Hottentots

 

Event Date: 5–6 September 2013

Kingston University

Penrhyn Road Campus,

Kingston upon Thames, KT1 2EE

 

The Society for European Philosophy/Forum for European Philosophy present:

Joint Annual Conference for 2013 

hosted by the Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy (CRMEP), Kingston University London

The SEP/FEP conference is the largest annual event in Europe that aims to bring together researchers, teachers and others, from within different disciplines, interested in all areas of Modern European Philosophy. Submissions are therefore invited for individual papers and panel sessions in all areas of Modern European Philosophy. For 2013 submissions that address the conference’s plenary theme – Modern European Philosophy and its Politics – are particularly encouraged. This would include papers and panels that address philosophical issues in the history of Modern European Philosophy with regard to the cultural, social and political contexts of their elaboration; and those that address philosophical issues with regard to the social, cultural and political contexts of the present.

Plenary Lecture: Professor Robert Bernasconi (Penn State University) – Kant and the Hottentots

Introduction by Simon Glendinning (LSE).

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