IX Multilateral Kant Colloquium

September 22, 2021

IX Multilateral Kant Colloquium

Justice, Peace, and Cosmopolitan Values

University of Lisbon, Portugal, September 22-24, 2021

 

Presentation

The Multilateral Kant Colloquia constitute a long series of international and multilingual scientific events devoted to the study of Kantian philosophy. Around these events a growing international network of Kant scholars has been formed and is expected to keep expanding itself, giving rise to new joint ventures and partnerships for research projects and collective publications.

So far eight different events have taken place since 2008 in six different countries, namely:

  • “Kant Today”, Verona and Padua, Italy, 2008
  • “What is Man? – Was ist der Mensch?”, Lisbon, Portugal, 2009
  • “Kant and Antinomical Thinking”, Mainz, Germany, 2011
  • “Kant and the Metaphors of Reason”, Tiradentes, Brazil, 2013
  • “Kant’s Short Writings – Kleine Schriften”, Madrid, Spain, 2014
  • “Kant on Violence, Revolution, and Progress”, Hempstead, NY, USA, 2016
  • “Kant and His Critics”, Halle, Germany, 2017
  • “Kant and the Contemporary World: Philosophy, Science, Politics”, Catania, Italy, 2018.

 

Wednesday, September 22
9.00h-9.30h[*] Opening Session: Room B 01 at the Library Building of the School of Arts and Humanities (Broadcast online Zoom 01: see link below)

Dean of the School of Arts and Humanities

Director of the Center of Philosophy

Representative of the Organizing Committee

 

9.30h-10.15h Conference 01: Room B 01 (Broadcast on Zoom Channel 01: see link below)

Moderator: Paulo Jesus (CFUL)

Leonel Ribeiro dos Santos (CFUL): Pensamento Geográfico e consciência cosmopolita em Kant (Kant’s Geographical Thought and Cosmopolitan Consciousness)

Room B 01

(Broadcast on Zoom 01)

On-line Sessions

(Zoom 02: see link below)

On-line Sessions

(Zoom 03: see link below)

10.30-12.00h: Session 01

Moderator: Diogo Sardinha (CFUL)

 

Alba Mora López (UC Madrid): Kant y la fundamentación de la metafísica: la dimensión activa de la receptividad y la dimensión pasiva de la espontaneidad: Una «desconocida raíz común»

 

Diego F. Moreno Mancipe (UC Madrid): Sociabilidad natural y sociabilidad artificial. Una lectura a partir de la posición de F. Schlegel en la filosofía de la historia después de Kant y Herder

 

Gonzalo Méndez Castañeda (UC Madrid): El tratamiento aporético del problema de la libertad en La «Dissertatio» de 1770

10.30-12.00h: Session 02

Moderator: Ewa Wyrebska-Dermanovic (U. Bonn)

 

Panel:

Luciana Martínez (IKBFU, Kaliningrad): The concept of space, according to the Transcendental Aesthetic and the Axioms of Intuitions

 

Matías Oroño (CONICET – UBA): Making sense of Kant’s theory of meaning

 

Pelegrín Laura (U. Diego Portales / U. Leiden): The relation between sensation and reality in the ‘Anticipations of Perception’

 

10.30-12.00h: Session 03

Moderator: Angela Taraborrelli (U. Cagliari)

 

Johannes Nickl (U. St. Andrews): Forever Indebted? Puzzles about Kant’s Duty of Gratitude

 

Claus Dierksmeier (U. Tübingen): World Citizenship – K.C.F. Krause’s Development of Kant’s Cosmopolitanism

 

Anabela Costa Leão (F. Direito, U. Porto): Direito cosmopolita e direito humanos

 

12.00-12.15                                                                                           Coffee-break
12.15h-13.30h Session 04

Moderator: Marita Rainsborough (Leuphana U. / CFUL)

 

Roberta Pasquarè (U. Graz): Redefining and Extending the Public Use of Reason: Republic and Reform in Kant’s ‘Conflict of the Faculties’

 

Jacinto Rivera de Rosales (UNED, Madrid): El desarrollo de la libertad moral kantiana

 

12.15-13.30h Session 05

Moderator: Luciana Martínez (IKBFU, Kaliningrad)

 

Laura Herrero Olivera (UNED, Madrid): Kant and Mbembe on race and racism

 

Ewa Wyrebska-Dermanovic (U. Bonn): Which Kant? Approaching Kant on Race and Racism

 

12.15-13.30h Session 06

Moderator:

 

 

 

13.30-15.00                                                                                   Lunch break
15.00h-16.30h Session 07

Moderator: Alba Mora López (UC Madrid)

 

Guillaume Leblanc (U. Paris) : À quelles conditions l’hospitalité peut-elle être un droit humain ?

 

Dimitri Lang (Athènes) : Commerce, intérêt et argent, facteurs de paix dans le cosmopolitisme de Kant

 

Frédéric Allemand (U. Luxembourg) : Contrôler la dette publique pour garantir la paix. Quelques réflexions juridiques sur la modernité du 4e article préliminaire du projet de paix perpétuelle de Kant

 

 

15.00h-16.30h Session 08

Moderator: Laura Herrero Olivera (UNED, Madrid)

 

Dino Jakusic (U. Warwick): Kantian Religious Toleration Today, its Limits, and Pre-Kantian Challenges

 

Marcos Thisted (U. Buenos Aires): Teología moral y religión en el pensamiento tardío de Kant: a propósito del credo moral expuesto en los Fortschritte der Metaphysik

 

Pablo Muchnik (Emerson College): Emotivism: A Kantian Response

 

15.00h-16.30h Session 09

Moderator: Riccardo Pozzo (Tor Vergata, U. Rome, Italy)

 

Panel: Does Kant’s Cosmopolitanism entail a Cosmopolitan Political Agenda? Progress, Mobility, and Migration

 

Claudio Corradetti (Tor Vergata, U. Rome): Is humanity morally progressing? Kant’s philosophy of history under a cosmopolitan perspective

 

Nuria Sánchez Madrid (UC Madrid): Mobility Across Borders. The Cosmopolitan Ideal of Kant’s System of Right

 

Angela Taraborrelli (U. Cagliari): A ‘possible’ Kant’s theory of migration

16.30-16.45h                                                                                    Coffee-break
16.45h-18.00h Session 10

 

ONLINE ONLY: Zoom 01

 

Moderator: Tom Bailey (LSE, UK)

 

Nikolas Hamm (McGill University): Moral Character and Environmental Preservation in Kant’s Cosmopolitanism

 

Janis Schaab (U. Groningen): Autonomy and the Moral Law: A Third Way

 

John Walsh (U. Halle): Kant’s Account of Abortion

 

16.45h-18.30h Session 11

Moderator: Pablo Muchnik (Emerson College)

 

Bruno Cunha (UFSJ, Brasil): A Teodiceia de Kant em ‘À Paz Perpétua’

 

Ileana Beade (CONICET, Argentina): La balanza del derecho y la espada de la justicia. Acerca de la contraposición entre las funciones del filósofo y del jurista en el marco de la filosofía político-jurídica kantiana

 

Evelyn R. Barreto de Souza (USP, Brasil): A construção teórica da paz até o ideal kantiano

 

16.45h-18.30h Session 12

Moderator: Claudio Corradetti (Tor Vergata, U. Rome)

 

Rafael Sellamano (UFMG, Brasil): A Crítica da Razão Negra de Achille Mbembe: paralogismos e antinomias da razão ocidental

 

Pedro Gallina Ferreira (Unicamp, Brasil): Juízo Político e Razão Comunicativa: Modelos interpretativos kantianos?

 

Joel Klein (UFPR, Brasil): Direito, Pobreza e Justiça Social no Republicanismo de Kant

 

18.30-20.00h Online Conference 02 & 03: Zoom Channel 01 (see link below)

 

Moderator: Ileana Beade (CONICET, Argentina)

18.30-19.15h: Roberta Picardi (Law Department, University of Molise): Fichte’s and Kant’s Cosmopolitan Right: A Systematic Comparison

 

Moderator: Nuria Sánchez Madrid (U. Complutense Madrid)

19.15-20.00h: Alice Pinheiro Walla (McMaster University, Canada): A Kantian Theory of Global Mobility

 

 

 

Thursday, September 23

 

9.00-9.50h Conference 04: Zoom Channel 01 (see link below)

Moderator: Diogo Sardinha (CFUL)

Soraya Nour Sckell (Nova School of Law, Lisbon): Cosmopolites. Metamorphosis of the subject with Kant

 

Room B 01

(Broadcast on Zoom Channel 01)

On-line Sessions

(Zoom Channel 02: see link below)

On-line Sessions

(Zoom Channel 03: see link below)

10.00-11.45h: Session 13

Moderator: Henny Blomme (KU Leuven)

 

Panel:

Josep Clusa (UAB, Spain): Revenge-Porn: Kant on the Right to Free Speech and the Right to Privacy

 

Claudia Laos Igreda (GIFS-PUCP): El fenómeno (Phänomen) del conflicto y la racionalidad dialógica en Kant

 

Lara Scaglia (U. Warsaw): Sensus communis and ethical education

 

10.00-11.45h: Session 14

Moderator: Vadim Chaly (IKBFU, Kaliningrad)

 

Riccardo Pozzo (Tor Vergata, U. Roma): On Karoline Reinhardt’s Kant on Migration and Beyond

 

Tom Bailey (LSE, UK): Perpetual Peace is Not an Ideal

 

Martin Welsch (U. Heidelberg): On the future of modern democracy. A (new) Kantian perspective

 

 

10.00-12.00h: Session 15

Moderator: Ricardo Norberto Medina (U. Jaume I, España)

 

Panel: Verdad, libertad y justicia. (Perspectivas kantianas para el debate contemporáneo de la filosofía política). Política, historia, sentido y verdad. Arendt lectora de Kant

 

Jorge M. Burruezo Arcadio (UC Madrid): Las condiciones de posibilidad del punto de vista cosmopolita en el enjuiciamiento de los acontecimientos que hacen historia: entre Kant y H. Arendt

 

María José Callejo Hernanz (UC Madrid): ¿Mentira política y verdad académica? A propósito de “El conflicto de las Facultades”

 

Alberto López (UC Madrid): Comunicabilidad universal y comunidad política. Notas para pensar el concepto de «lo político» en Kant desde G. Lebrun y H. Arendt

 

José Ramón Suárez Villalba (UC Madrid): Verdad y sentido en La vida del espíritu de Hannah Arendt: una distinción a partir de Kant

11.45-12.00h                                                 Coffee-break

 

12.00h-13.30h Session 16

Moderator: Josep Clusa (UAB, Spain)

 

Monique Castillo / Romain Leroy (U. Paris Est) : Ingérence et/ou paix mondiale : l’apport de Kant

 

Luigi Filieri (U. Mainz): Kant on Right as the Organ of Freedom

12.00h-13.30h Session 17

Moderator: Giorgia Cecchinato (UFMG, Brazil)

 

Martín Fleitas González (U. Oriental Republic of Uruguay): Strata of the social in Kant’s practical philosophy

 

Lixuan Gong (Tsinghua U., Beijing): Kant’s Paradoxes of Enlightenment and His Solutions

 

Gérard Raulet (U. Paris) : Les apories d’un droit cosmopolitique

13.30-15.00h                                                                           Lunch break

 

15.00h-16.30h Session 18

Moderator: Lara Scaglia (U. Warsaw)

 

Paula C. Chang (UC Madrid): Precuelas metafísicas en la posibilidad del derecho al acto heroico. Una lectura problemático-kantiana de Vitoria

 

Paulo Jesus (CFUL): The Cosmopolitan Right to Peace: A paradigm shift and a realistic utopia

 

 

15.00h-16.30h Session 19

Moderator: Gérard Raulet (U. Paris)

 

Ubirajara Marques (UNESP, Brasil): Acerca do vocabulário embriológico-filosófico da “Ideia de uma História Universal em Prospetiva Cosmopolita”

 

Daniel Stader (U. Halle): What is immaturity? Kant’s political inversion of an epistemic discourse

 

Vadim Chaly (IKBFU, Kaliningrad): Underdetermination in Kantian Moral Deliberation

15.00h-16.30h Session 20

Moderator: Elena Romano (U. Padua)

 

Mónica Dias (UCP, Lisbon): From Just War to Just Peace: Kant´s legacy in a time of new wars and new paths to peace

 

Ricardo Norberto Medina (U. Jaume I, España): La actualización del cosmopolitismo kantiano desde la Filosofía para la Paz: restaurar nuestra humanidad en el mundo post 2020

 

Wagner Barbosa de Barros (UFSCar, Brasil): História da natureza e história da liberdade: Kant e a ideia de providência

16.30-16.45                                                                                              Coffee-break
16.45h-18.00h Session 21

 

ONLINE ONLY: Zoom Channel 01

 

Moderator: Luigi Filieri (U. Mainz)

 

Leonid Kornilaev (IKBFU, Kaliningrad): AI in Education and Kantian Pedagogy

 

Sandra Johst (U. Hagen): Critical Philosophy and Education: Who is the best teacher to cultivate our reason?

 

Marion Stahl (University of Hamburg): World Citizenship, Enlarged Mentality and Vulnerability: Rethinking Kant in the face of actual challenges

 

16.45h-18.30h Session 22

Moderator: Katerina Mihaylova (U. Halle)

 

Frederick Rauscher (Michigan State U.): Kant on Peoples, The People, and the State

 

Günter Zöller (U. Munich): Universal and Perpetual Peace. James Madison and Immanuel Kant on International Relations

 

Maria Borges (UFSC, Brazil): Kant on cosmopolitan law and a possible refugee right

 

16.45h-18.30h Session 23

Moderator: Valentina Dafne De Vita (U. Halle)

 

Giorgia Cecchinato (UFMG, Brazil): Thinking and feeling in an interactive-universally way

 

Mateus Araújo & Patrícia Kauark-Leite (UFMG, Brasil): Notes on Untutored Perception in Brakhage and Kant

 

João Lemos (IFILNova, Lisbon): Retórica, Asco e o Eticismo Estético de Kant

 

18.30-19.15h Online Conference 05: Zoom Channel 01 (see link below)

 

Moderator: Fernando Silva (CFUL)

 

Luigi Caranti (U. Catania): Why was Kant ultimately against the world state?

 

 

Friday, September 24  
9.00h-9.45h Online Conference 06: Zoom Channel 01 (see link below)

Moderator: Heiner Klemme (U. Halle)

Georg Cavallar (U. Wien): Once more unto the breach: Kant’s Religious Cosmopolitanism

 

 
Room B 01

(Broadcast on Zoom Channel 01)

On-line Sessions

(Zoom Channel 02: see link below)

On-line Sessions

(Zoom Channel 03: see link below)

 
10.00-11.45h: Session 24

Moderator: Paula C. Chang (UC Madrid)

 

Marco Russo (U. Salerno): Homo Cosmicus: Cosmological Perspectives of Cosmopolitanism

 

Torsten Nieland (U. Göttingen): Der Kosmopolit in der Begegnung mit der fremden Vernunft

 

Marita Rainsborough (Leuphana U. Lüneburg / CFUL Lisbon): Rethinking Cosmopolitanism. Identity, Human Rights and Cosmopolitanism in Kwame Anthony Appiah’s Philosophy

 

 

10.00-11.45h: Session 25

Moderator: Ilaria Ferrara (U. Torino)

 

William Woof (Retired Professor, York U., Toronto): Kant, Contract and the Environment

 

Toshiro Osawa (University of Oslo): Kant on Justice in Ethics

 

Fiorella Tomassini (U. Groningen): Right, maxims and the principle of morals

 

 

10.00-12.00h: Session 26

Moderator: Mónica Dias (UCP, Lisbon)

 

Panel: Kant, Land, and Property

 

Luke Davies (London School of Economics, UK): Unilateral choice and the necessity of the state

 

Jakob Huber (Freie Universität Berlin): A right to roam the earth: cosmopolitan mobility as juridical agency

 

Paola Romero (U. Fribourg, CH): What is the question a theory of property tries to answer? Kant’s response against the tradition

 

Stefano Lo Re (University of St. Andrews, UK): Private and Public Law Beyond Terrestrial Cosmopolitanism

 

 
11.45-12.00h                                                       Coffee-break
12.00h-13.30h Session 27

Moderator: Roberta Pasquarè (U. Graz)

 

Jean Herold Paul (ENS, Port-au-Prince): Le cosmopolitisme kantien à l’épreuve de la révolution haïtienne

 

Ivone Moreira (U. Católica Portuguesa, Lisboa): Thomas Paine: um kantiano avant la lettre?

 

Fernando Silva (CFUL): Kant and the birth of the pragmatic

 

12.00h-13.30h Session 28

Moderator: João Lemos (IFILNOVA, Lisbon)

 

Ilaria Ferrara (U. Torino): Kant and Mental Illnesses: Cognitive and Moral Issues

 

Andrey Zilber (IKBFU, Kaliningrad): Kant’s Image of Political Obscurantism as Polemics with Realists and Conservatives

 

Katerina Mihaylova (U. Halle): “Handle der Würde Deiner Natur gemäß!” – Kants Einfluss auf das Naturrecht der Spätaufklärung am Beispiel des Ernst Ferdinand Klein

12.00-12.15 Coffee-break
12.15-13.30 Session 29

Moderator: Daniel Stader (U. Halle)

 

Heiner Klemme (U. Halle): Is Kant’s Conception of Reason ‘Western’?

 

Dahan Fan (Tsinghua U., Beijing): Universality as the common principle of theoretical, practical reason and aesthetic judgment in Kant

 

13.30-15.00h                                                                                  Lunch break  
15.00h-16.30h Session 30

Moderator: Soledad García Ferrer (UC Madrid)

 

Sara Barquinero del Toro (UC Madrid): Lo sublime kantiano y la ética de las imágenes

 

Henny Blomme (KU Leuven): On the apparent inefficiency of Kant’s defense of material dynamism

 

Diogo Sardinha (CFUL): The Anthropology of the Citizen of the World

 

15.00h-16.30h Session 31

Moderator: Fiorella Tomassini (U. Groningen)

 

Rômulo E. Guimarães (UFSM, Brasil): Über die Kultur der Urteilskraft als „humaniora“: Anmerkungen zur historisch-kulturellen Dimension des Geschmacks (und seiner möglichen Rolle im Kants Aufklärungsprojekt)

 

Elena Romano (U. Padua): Kant’s account of taste in the light of feminist aesthetics: towards the idea of an inclusive aesthetic community

 

15.00h-16.30h Session 32

Moderator: Guillermo Villaverde López (UC Madrid)

 

Ana Rita N. Lara Leite (UFMG, Brasil): Descolonizar as faculdades e liberar as potências do pensamento – Kant, Deleuze e outras populações

 

Alessandro Caviglia (PUCP – Perú): Constructivismo y cosmopolitismo. Una interpretación del cosmopolitismo kantiano a partir del uso público de la razón interpretado en clave constructivista

 

Valentina Dafne De Vita (U. Halle): Why the highest Good cannot be a matter of nationalism. The definition of Good as Weltbeste between morals, politics and education in late Kant’s works

 

 
16.30-16.45                                                                                              Coffee-break  
16.45h-18.00h Session 33

Moderator:

 

 

 

16.45h-18.30h Session 34

Moderator: Rômulo E. Guimarães (UFSM, Brasil)

 

Claudia Jáuregui (U. Buenos Aires / CONICET): Absolute Permanence and Simultaneity

 

Martín Arias-Albisu (CONICET, Argentina): On the impossibility of natural laws in Kant’s empirical psychology. A critique of Michael B. McNulty’s interpretation

 

Mike Gregory (U. Groningen): Does the Kantian State Dominate?

 

16.45h-18.30h Session 35

Moderator: Paola Romero (U. Fribourg, CH)

 

Panel: Verdad, libertad y justicia. (Perspectivas kantianas para el debate contemporáneo de la filosofía política). Soberanía(s), Estado(s) y globalización: Revisitando la teoría política kantiana en el horizonte del siglo XXI

 

Soledad García Ferrer (UC Madrid): Felicidad y cosmopolitismo en Kant

 

Borja Villa Pacheco (UC Madrid): Pluralidad de Estados o Constitución global: el constitucionalismo global de Ferrajoli frente al derecho de gentes kantiano

 

Guillermo Villaverde López (UC Madrid): Aprioricidad y empiricidad en el concepto de pueblo: en torno a la interpretación de Kant de Ingeborg Maus

 
18.30h-19.15h Conference 07: Zoom Channel 01 (see link below)

Moderator: Joel Klein (UFPR, Brasil)

 

Macarena Marey (U. Buenos Aires-CONICET): A situated reading of Kant’s political philosophy, its limitations, its obsolescence, and its relevance

 

19.15-20.00h Closing Session: Zoom Channel 01 (see link below)

 

 

 

Conference venue: Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa (FLUL), Alameda da Universidade, 1600-214 Lisboa (Metro station: Cidade Universitária)

All in-person activities take place in the “Sala B1” (Room B1) located at the Library (Biblioteca) of the School of Arts and Humanities.

Google map link: https://goo.gl/maps/FhNUrVEzegagzqAi9

 

ZOOM LINKS

Zoom Channel 01:

https://videoconf-colibri.zoom.us/j/87594950738

Meeting ID: 875 9495 0738

 

Zoom Channel 02:

https://videoconf-colibri.zoom.us/j/84604350252

Meeting ID: 846 0435 0252

 

Zoom Channel 03:

https://zoom.us/j/93803594028?pwd=ZzhDYkxSNXpmVFlNZTdDWGRCRG1ZQT09

Meeting ID: 938 0359 4028

Event Website: https://cosmopolites.wixsite.com/kant

Info also on CFUL website: https://cful.letras.ulisboa.pt/events/ix-multilateral-kant-colloquium/

 

Organizing institutions:

CFUL, Centro de Filosofia, Faculdade de Letras, Universidade de Lisboa

CEDIS, Nova School of Law

RIKEPS, Red Iberoamericana Kant: Ética, Política y Sociedad

IFILNOVA, Nova Institute of Philosophy

Justice, democracy and citizenship without borders (PTDC/FER-FIL/30686/2017)

KANTINSA, Kant in South America (Marie-Curie RISE, 777786)

[*] All times are indicated according to Lisbon time zone.