The conference will be held in a mixed format.
The conference topics include discussions on:
- Kant’s philosophy in historic-philosophical research;
- The philosophical heritage of Kant: the Enlightenment, morality, law, humaneness, environment, and culture;
- Kant’s philosophy of religion;
- Kant’s philosophy in contemporary theoretical and practical discourses: its reception, interpretations, and paradigmatic transformations;
- Kant’s philosophy in Ukraine;
- Kant’s conception of perpetual peace in the context of the Russian-Ukrainian war.
To be included in the conference agenda, you need to send an application to email@example.com
by December 1, 2023
, including the topic of a proposed paper, your name and surname, your academic institution, your current status, your scientific degree, your telephone number and e-mail.
The application must contain an abstract
of a conference paper (at least 2,000
characters with spaces) according to the following requirements:
1) a conference paper should correspond to the topic of the conference and fit the tenor of Kant’s philosophy;
2) the point should be clearly formulated in a conference paper;
3) a conference paper should involve the results of current research in Kant’s philosophy. Applications, which do not correspond to the mentioned requirements, will not be accepted.
Participants will be notified about their inclusion in the conference agenda no later than December 15, 2023.
Abstracts of the applications included in the conference program will be posted on the conferenceweb page.
Because of time needed for a qualified translation of the papers, a speaker, after getting notified,undertakes to submit the full text of her paper by February 1, 2024
The articles based on the conference papers are planned to be published in a special issue of Filosofska Dumka
(if translated) or Sententiae