Renée Crown Professor in the Humanities
The College of Arts and Sciences (A&S) is pleased to announce that Karin Nisenbaum, assistant professor of philosophy, is the inaugural Renée Crown Professor in the Humanities.
“Fichte’s Perfectionist Solution to the Problem of Kantian Autonomy”
Forthcoming in Journal of the History of Philosophy.
Public lecture at the Anne Tanenbaum Centre for Jewish Studies
University of Toronto, January 16, 2023. Talk title: “Getting to the Root of Evil: Kant and Fichte on the Murderer at the Door”.
Interdisciplinary symposium on the value of beauty in nature
Syracuse University, April 3rd and 4th. Guest speaker: Angela Breitenbach (Cambridge University).
Workshop on Kant’s Transcendental Dialectic
Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, October 7th and 8th, 2022. Talk title: “Realizing our Capacity to Know the Good: Kant on the Dialectic of Pure Practical Reason”
Upstate NY Early Modern Philosophy Workshop
Cornell University, October 22nd and 23rd. This two-day, discussion-oriented conference will feature four invited speakers and four Corridor faculty presenting papers on figures and topics in early modern philosophy.