Conference: Agency, Persons, and Kant

Location: 210-214 McKenna Hall

This conference brings together leading international philosophers to discuss the nature of agency and personhood in Kant’s philosophical thought. Topics to be addressed include freedom, autonomy, rationality, morality, evil, and self-consciousness. The conference is being held in honor of Karl Ameriks, who, after forty years of distinguished service to Notre Dame and to the profession, will be retiring at the end of the spring semester.

To see the conference schedule and to register, click here.

The deadline to register for the conference is April 1. Sponsored in part by the Nanovic Institute for European Studies.