The Department of Philosophy is one of the leading departments for the study of Kant’s philosophy. John Callanan, Sacha Golob, Jessica Leech and Andrea Sangiovanni are all currently working on various issues in Kant’s theoretical and practical philosophy.
Today in the spotlight, the recent work of Jessica Leech:
- ‘The Mereology of Representation’, Aristotelian Society, 2016.
- ‘Judging for Reasons: on Kant and the modalities of judgment’, due to appear in Kant and the Philosophy of Mind: New Essays on Consciousness, Judgement, and the Self, eds A. Gomes and A. Stephenson.
- ‘Kant’s Material Condition of Real Possibility’, to appear in The Actual and the Possible: Modality in Modern Philosophy, ed. M Sinclair, (Mind Occasional Series)
- ‘A Transcendental Argument for the Principle of Possibility’, to appear in The Sensible and Intelligible Worlds: New Essays on Kant’s Metaphysics and Epistemology, eds. N. Stang and K. Schafer.
- ‘Making Modal Distinctions: Kant on the possible, the actual, and the intuitive understanding’, Kantian Review, 19:3 (2014) 339-365.
- ‘Baking with Kant and Bradley’, with Thomas, E. Collingwood and British Idealism Studies, 19:1 (2013) 75-94.
- ‘Kant’s Modalities of Judgment’ European Journal of Philosophy, 20:2 (2012) 60-284.