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  • 26 May 2023 12:08 PM | Eli Benjamin Israel (Administrator)

    The North American Kant Society, in cooperation with Kantian Review, is accepting submissions to its 13th annual Wilfrid Sellars Junior Essay Prize competition. This prize is awarded for the best essay on any topic that demonstrates the continuing relevance of Kant’s philosophy.

    Essays must be single-authored, previously unpublished (work under review or forthcoming will be considered), and cannot exceed 8,000 words in length (including notes and works cited/bibliography). Submissions not within this word limit may not be considered.

    The intention behind the Sellars Prize is to help promote original Kantian or Kant-inspired philosophical work of junior scholars in the early stages of their careers. Submissions will be blind-reviewed and judged by members of a review committee drawn from the NAKS Executive Committee and Board of Trustees.

    Eligibility rules:

    1) The essay must be written in English, single-authored, and not published (online or in print) prior to June 16, 2023.

    2) ‘Junior’ is defined here as 5 years or fewer from receipt of the Ph.D.  on the prize submission deadline.

    3) Authors must be members of NAKS at the time of submission and during the period when the submissions are under review.

    4) Authors cannot be past recipients of the Wilfrid Sellars Essay Prize.

    Entries should be submitted in Word format and state the word count at the end. They should be formatted for blind review. Submissions must be accompanied by a cover letter that specifies the author’s name, email contact information, and title of the paper, and also includes a declaration stating that eligibility rules (1)-(4) above are satisfied.

    Please submit your paper here:

    The first place winner will receive a prize of $600 and the presumptive offer of publication in Kantian Review (pending editorial approval).  The second place winner will receive a prize of $500

    The committee reserves the right not to award a prize, if in its judgment none is warranted.

  • 19 Dec 2022 11:56 AM | Eli Benjamin Israel (Administrator)

    In memoriam Prof. Dieter Henrich – one of the greatest contemporary scholars of Kant and German Idealism, and a beloved teacher and mentor to many on both sides of the Atlantic.

  • 12 Oct 2022 12:53 PM | Eli Benjamin Israel (Administrator)

    The "Digitales Kant-Zentrum NRW" has a new website which you can find under the following link:

  • 28 Sep 2022 2:57 PM | Deleted user

    NAKS awards a Senior Scholar prize to books and articles on an alternating yearly basis.  This year the prize was for the best article published in 2020 or 2021 by a senior NAKS member (10 years or more beyond the Ph.D.).  The competition was close, but in the end the winner was Patrick Kain (Purdue) for “The Development of Kant’s Conception of Divine Freedom,” an article recently published in the long-awaited volume Leibniz and Kant, ed. Brandon C. Look (Oxford 2021).  Congratulations Patrick!!

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