Kantian Ethics Conference
Allison, “Categorical Imperative”
Darwall, "Kant, Fichte, and the Second-Person Standpoint"
Thomas E. Hill, Jr.,
“Treating Criminals as Ends in Themselves”
“Mine and Thine? The Kantian State"
Wood, "Kant and Fichte on Property, Poverty and the State"
Interpreting the Categorical Imperative
- Andrews Reath, Chair and Convener
- Barbara Herman, UCLA
- Allen Wood, Stanford
- Thomas E. Hill, Jr., UNC
Paper and Panel Presentations
Brewer, “Maxims and Virtues”
Dillon, “Kant on Arrogance and Self-Respect”
- Patrick Frierson,
“Moral Anthropology in Contemporary Neokantian Ethics”
- Allison Hills, "Is
Morality Rationally Required?"
Holtman, “When Mercy Seasons Justice: Reflections on the Character of the
- Larry Krasnoff,
"Korsgaard, Identity and Normativity"
Mahon, “Lying as a Violation of a Duty to Oneself”
Martin, “Kant’s Argument for the Formula of Humanity: Two Interpretations”
Miller, “Kant and Neo-Kantians on Trust in Moral Life”
Reginster, “The Moral Distinction of Self-Conceit”
Schapiro, "On the Nonideality of Nonideal Conditions"
Seigfried, “Loving Morality More Than People? Kant’s Essay on Lying Revisited”
- Scott Stroud, “Right
& Virtue as Hierarchical in Kant’s Metaphysics of Morals”
Wilson, “Kant on Moral Health and Moral Prosperity”
- Rachel Zuckert,
"Beautiful People are Moral?: Kant on the Ideal of Beauty"
- Just War Panel: