Announcing the Publication of Contemporary Studies in Kantian Philosophy 7 (2022), With Articles on Kant & Reflection, Kant & Nishida, and Wittgenstein’s Crypto-Kantianism.
By The CKSP Editorial Team
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Robert Hanna (Independent philosopher USA), “Wittgenstein’s Crypto-Kantianism and How It Subverts, Surpasses, and Supplants Analytic Philosophy,” 1–28: https://www.cckp.space/single-post/cskp-7-2022-robert-hanna-wittgenstein-s-crypto-kantianism-1-28
2. Otto Paans (Independent philosopher NL), “Affinity and Expression: Kant, Nishida, and the Sensible Foundations of Expressivity,” 29–46: https://www.cckp.space/single-post/cskp-7-2022-otto-paans-kant-nishida-and-the-sensible-foundations-of-expressivity-29-46
3. Otto Paans (Independent philosopher NL), “Agency, Structuring, and Formation: Kantian Reflection and Its Formative Roles in Creative Practices,” 47–70: https://www.cckp.space/single-post/cskp-7-2022-otto-paans-kantian-reflection-and-its-formative-roles-in-creative-practices-47-70
4. CSKP Editorial Team, “Revised Bibliography of Kant’s Writings Listed By English Translations of Their Titles,” 71–80: https://www.cckp.space/single-post/cskp-7-2022-cskp-editorial-team-revised-bibliography-of-kant-s-writings-listed-by-english-titles
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Contemporary Studies in Kantian Philosophy, aka CSKP, which is here:
started publication in 2016 and publishes yearly in June, and is the journal of The Contemporary Kantian Philosophy Project, which is home-based online HERE.
Contemporary Kantian philosophy is a fusion of the classical 18th century philosophy of Immanuel Kant and the methods of contemporary philosophy, within an expressly cosmopolitan framework; the range and scope of the problems and topics addressed by contemporary Kantian philosophy are as broad and as deep as the rational human condition itself.
CSKP publishes invited articles on Kant’s philosophy and in contemporary Kantian philosophy, that are normally (but neither exclusively nor necessarily) based on presentations at its annual workshops.
The basic aim of CSKP is to disseminate first-rate, original — and especially challenging, creative, and unorthodox — research in Kant’s philosophy and in contemporary Kantian philosophy, that is freely available to anyone, anywhere, worldwide; CSKP is online and universal free-access, and can be contacted at this e-address: <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
CSKP1 (2016) appeared in June 2016: https://www.cckp.space/publications-cskp/page/6
CSKP2 (2017) appeared in June 2017: https://www.cckp.space/publications-cskp/page/5
CSKP3 (2018) appeared in June 2018: https://www.cckp.space/publications-cskp/page/5
CSKP4 (2019) appeared in June 2019: https://www.cckp.space/single-post/2019/06/17/CSKP4-2019-TABLE-OF-CONTENTS
CSKP5 (2020) appeared in June 2020: https://www.cckp.space/single-post/2020/06/15/CSKP5-2020-TABLE-OF-CONTENTS
CSKP6 (2021) appeared in June 2021: https://www.cckp.space/single-post/cskp-6-2021-cskp-editorial-team-table-of-contents
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