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The Virtual Kant Congress

The Virtual Kant Congress with a Cosmopolitan Purpose (VKC) is a decentralized series of virtual sessions curated by Kant societies and groups from around the globe to commemorate Kant’s 300th birthday. The series seeks to honor Kant's ideal of cosmopolitan dialogue by connecting Kant researchers worldwide.

Sessions will take place online (on Zoom) roughly every two weeks throughout 2024, starting in March. 

The VKC is supported by the North American Kant Society and the Leuven Research Group in Classical German Philosophy, and organized by Andrew Chignell (Princeton), Karin de Boer (Leuven), Luis Fellipe Garcia (Leuven), and Alexander (Z) Quanbeck (Princeton).

For more about the VKC, please visit its website here.

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The North American Kant Society (NAKS) was founded to promote Kant scholarship and research, the building of a global and inclusive community, and the exchange of information for all those interested in Kant, whether researchers, teachers, students, or simply Kant enthusiasts, whatever their backgrounds.  While primarily centered in North America, NAKS welcomes members from all areas of the globe.

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