MLA Special Session Proposal: Call for Papers for the 2003 Convention in San Diego
Kant's Political Theory and the Literary Imagination
We invite papers that examine Kant's political theory and its impact in
philosophy, the sphere of political practice and/or the German literary
imagination. Possible topics include but are not limited to; Kant and the French revolution, Kant and the political dimensions of German Idealism, Kant's role in the development of Romanticism, Nietzsche versus Kant, the political implications of Neo-Kantianism, the role of Kant's political thought in German philosophy early in the twentieth century via Lebensphilosophie, phenomenology or fundamental ontology. In addition we are particularly interested in seeing papers that treat the implications of Kant's political theory with regard to the development of globalization.
Please send abstracts no longer than one page to Joel Freeman at
via email by March 26.
Department of German
Berkeley CA 94720
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