Senior Seminar: Kant’s Metaphysics and Epistemology


Short Kant Lexikon

Term Paper Assignment

Presentation Schedule:

Week 3: Lucas

Week 4: Robert and Ammon

Week 5: Jordan and Justin

Week 6: Reece and Gabrielle

Week 7: Ian

Week 8: Justin

Week 9: Gabrielle and Jordan

Week 10: Ian

Week 11: Reece and Ammon

Week 12: Lucas and Robert

Some Useful Links

The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy has several entries on Kant, including:

Kant in the Classroom: This useful webpage is dedicated to compiling information about Kant as a professor. Take a look if you’re curious. It also has a brief chronology of Kant’s life, a chronology of his writings, and a guide to the Akademie Ausgabe editions of his writings.

Wenn Sie Deutsch lesen können… This site has the first 23 volumes of the Akademie Ausgabe editions of Kant’s work in searchable and browsable format. The user interface for the search function isn’t great, but if you know exactly which page of which volume you’re interested in, you can find it quickly.

The inscription near Kant’s tomb is a passage from the second Critique: “Two things fill the mind with ever new and increasing admiration and awe, the more often and steadily we reflect upon them: The starry heavens above me and the moral law within me.”