Conference on Andrea Kern’s "Sources of Knowledge"

WhenFebruary 09, 2018 3:00 PM - February 11, 2018 4:00 PM
WhereOther Location
Contact InformationPhilosophy Department
DescriptionDates: 9-11th Feb
Location: The Franke Institute for The Humanities

This conference is devoted to Andrea Kern’s recent ground-breaking book, "Sources of Knowledge," with its far-reaching implications both for contemporary epistemology and philosophy mind, as well as the understanding of Kant and Aristotle. The conference is jointly organized by Jim Conant (Leipzig/Chicago) and Matthias Haase (Chicago). It is funded and supported by the Alexander von Humboldt Professorship held by Prof. Conant at the University of Leipzig, as well as the Franke Institute for the Humanities and the Center for German Philosophy at the University of Chicago.

On February 9-11th there will be an ‘Author Meets Critics' conference on Andrea Kern’s book Sources of Knowledge which will be held at the Franke Institute here on campus. You can find the line up of speakers and participants, as well as other information about the conference here: http://www.fagi.uni-leipzig.de/conferences/sources-of-knowledge/
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