Upcoming talks

Invited speaker: Modality in Kant's practical philosophy', Fribourg, Switzerland

Kant Congress, Bonn


Invited response: Workshop on Jens Timmermann's Kant's Theory of Sympathy, University of Cologne, Germany

Invited speaker: “Synthetic a priori in Kant’s Doctrine of Right”, Kant on the Norms of Action, University of Mainz, Mainz, Germany


Invited response to “Exactitude and Indemonstrability in Kant’s Doctrine of Right: On the Limits of Kant’s Legal Philosophy,” by Katrin Flikschuh,

Law and Morality in Kant, University of Göttingen, Göttingen, Germany (cancelled due to maternity leave)

Invited speaker “Kant on social agency and humanity’s collective development,” Social agency, political power, and legal boundaries in Classical German

Philosophy, Purdue University, USA (cancelled due to maternity leave)

“Whose Progress? Kant on Cultural Hierarchy and Human Development” Philosophy and Social Science Conference, University College Dublin


“Progress and the State of Nature”, invited for Conference Kant in Progress, University of Bayreuth, Germany

“Kant on Progress and Hierarchies of Culture and Race”, invited for the lecture series Kantian Conversations, ECPR Kantian Standing Group, online

Invited Response to “The Democratic Case for Judicial Review: A Participatory interpretation of the internal relation between the Rule of Law and

Democracy” by Cristina Lafont, Rule of Law and Democracy, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany

“Kant on Reason, Law and Normativity,” invited for Lecture series Kantian Rationality Lab at the Academia Kantiana, University of Kaliningrad, Russia, online


“Kant on Non-Linear Progress,” invited for the Lecture series Homo Zoomenon, University of Bristol, UK, online

Book Session on “Kant’s Tribunal of Reason,” Goethe University Frankfurt, online.

Respondents, Marcus Willaschek (GU Frankfurt), Susan Shell (Boston College), and Martin Sticker (University of Bristol)

Recording available on youtube: https://youtu.be/FAznGChVHzU

“Kant’s Tribunal of Reason,” invited for History of Philosophy Roundtable, Brown University, Providence, USA (cancelled due to Covid)

“Kant’s Tribunal of Reason,” invited talk, Yale University, New Haven, USA (cancelled due to Covid)


“Natural Right Theory in Kant’s Legal Metaphors”, invited talk, New School for Social Research, NYC, USA

“Zurechnung und Rechtsprechung bei Achenwall“, invited for Göttinger Naturrecht, University of Göttingen, Germany

“Sui juris und der Wert des Menschen als Rechtsubjekt,” invited for Moralischer Wert bei Kant, Bonn University, Germany

“Hindsight and Foresight in Kant’s Opposition to Revolution”, invited talk, Political Theory Colloquium, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany

“Hindsight and Foresight in Kant’s Opposition to Revolution”, invited for Kant on Revolution, University of Oslo, Norway

“Neuroenhancement, Agency, and Law”, invited for Maastricht Law and Philosophy Platform, University of Maastricht, Netherlands

“Quid juris and juridical imputation,” 13th International Kant Congress, University of Oslo, Norway

Invited Response to “Constitutivism, Constructivism, or Both?” by Miriam Ronzoni, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany

Invited Response to “Mere Means and Ends in Themselves,” Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany

Invited Response to “Constructing Reason in ‘The Architectonic of Reason: Teleology and Systematic Unity in Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason’”

by Lea Ypi, LSE, London, UK

Invited Response to “Constituent Power and Civil Disobedience” by William Scheuerman, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany

“Natural Right Theory in Kant’s Legal Metaphors,” invited for Oxford Political Thought Seminar, University of Oxford, UK

“Progress in Law,” invited for Political Theory Colloquium, University of Hamburg, Germany


“Hindsight and Foresight in Kant’s Opposition to Revolution,” invited for Normative Orders Annual Conference, Goethe University Frankfurt, Ger-

many https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bFk7JnbWwhc

“The Public Structure of The Personal: Kant on Moral Conscience,” invited talk, Roskilde University, Denmark

“Kant on Non-Linear Progress,” invited for Whereto? Critical Reflections on Political Progress, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany

“On the Limits of Kantian Political Obligation,” Florence Legal Theory Workshop, European University Institute, Florence, Italy

“Politisk forpligtelse ifølge Kant” (“Political Obligation according to Kant”) Annual Meeting of the Danish Philosophical Society, Roskilde University, Denmark

Invited Response to “The Evolution of Moral Progress” by Allen Buchanan, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany

Invited Response to “Political Independence, Territorial Integrity and Private Law Analogies” by Arthur Ripstein, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany


“Legal Elements in Kant’s Critical Philosophy,” invited for Reason in Practice. Kantian approaches to Ethics, Law and Politics, European University Institute, Florence, Italy

“Reason’s Negative Legislation,” International Kant Summer School in Mainz, University of Mainz, Germany


“Lawfulness and Rule Following,” Berlin Kant Workshop, Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany

“Dialectic Reasoning at Reason’s Inner Tribunal,” Dialectic and the Ends of Reason, University of Pisa, Italy


“Die rechtlichen Metaphern Kants,” invited for Marburg Schlosstreffen, Marburg, Germany

“The Politics of Reason”, Kant on religion and politics, UK and North American Kant Society, University of Keele, UK

“Love and Striving,” Kant Reading Party, University of St. Andrews, UK

“The Juridification of Reason,” The Annual Conference of the British Society for the History of Philosophy, University of York


Response to “Kant and Legal Subjects” by Sari Kisilevski, Kantfest, University of Keele, UK


“Juridical metaphors in Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason,” invited for Copenhagen Seminar in Intellectual History, University of Copenhagen, Denmark


“Human Rights Jurisprudence Seen through the Framework of Kant’s Legal Metaphors,” Kantian Theory and Human Rights, University of Oslo, Norway