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CFA: Kant and Hegel on Nature (Combined UK Kant Society & Hegel Society of Great Britain Annual Conference)

17 Mar 2023 10:22 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

Submission deadline:   May 1, 2023

Conference date:         September 6-8

Conference location: St Edmund Hall, Oxford


The aim of the conference is to examine the place of nature in the philosophies of Kant and Hegel. Conference papers may focus not only on their respective philosophies of nature, or on the role of nature in, for example, their moral, political or aesthetic theories. Papers may also compare their thought about nature with that of other philosophers such as Schelling or Günderrode, or draw their work into critical conversation with contemporary environmental philosophy, including indigenous philosophies of nature or ecofeminist perspectives. General papers on Kant and Hegel will also be considered.


Keynote Speakers: Karen Ng (Vanderbilt), Julia Peters (Heidelberg), Joe Saunders (Durham) – more to be announced shortly on the UKKS and HSGB websites.


Abstracts of 400-600 words, suitable for a talk of around 30 minutes (+ 15 minutes for questions), to be sent by May 1 to Abstracts should be sent as a word document and prepared for blind review, with author details in the email. Authors will be informed by the end of May.


Membership of UKKS and/or HSGB is not a requirement of participation. For more information on membership see the UKKS and HSGB websites. Inquiries to:

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