Centro de Investigações Kantianas
  • Lançamento de Livro: “Kant and the Problem of Knowledge”

    Publicado em 06/09/2022 às 9:05

    Com satisfação divulgamos o lançamento do livro “Kant and the Problem of Knowledge” (2022), organizado por Alessandro Pinzani (UFSC) em parceira com Luigi Caranti (UniCt), e publicado pela editora Routledge. A série “Rethinking the Contemporary World” é composta por tres volumes que discutem a atualidade da filosofia kantiana no campo da epistemologia, da filosofia moral e da política.

    “This book examines Kant’s contributions to the theory of knowledge and studies how his writings can be applied to address contemporary epistemological issues. The volume delves into the Kantian ideas of transcendental idealism, space, naturalism, epistemic normativity, communication, and systematic unity. The essays in the volume study Kant’s theories from a fresh perspective and offer new arguments for assenting that knowledge cannot account for itself without acknowledging the fundamental role of the cognitive subject. In doing so, they suggest that we reconsider Kant’s views as a powerful alternative to naturalism. Featuring readings by well-known Kant specialists and emerging scholars with unorthodox approaches to Kant’s philosophy, the volume fills a significant gap in the existing scholarship on the philosopher and his works. It will be of great interest to scholars and researchers of knowledge, philosophy, and epistemology.”


  • Lançamento de Livro: “Kant and the Problem of Morality”

    Publicado em 06/09/2022 às 9:04

    Com satisfação divulgamos o lançamento do livro “Kant and the Problem of Morality” (2022), organizado por Alessandro Pinzani (UFSC) em parceira com Luigi Caranti (UniCt), publicado pela editora Routledge. A série “Rethinking the Contemporary World” é composta por três volumes que discutem a atualidade da filosofia kantiana no campo da epistemologia, da filosofia moral e da política.

    “This book examines the significance of Kant’s moral philosophy in contemporary philosophical debates. It argues that Kant’s philosophy can still serve as a guide to navigate the turbulence of a globalized world in which we are faced by an imprescriptible social reality wherein moral values and ethical life models are becoming increasingly unstable. The volume draws on Kantian ethics to discuss various contemporary issues, including sustainable development, moral enhancement, sexism, and racism. It also tackles general concepts of practical philosophy such as lying, the different kinds of moral duties, and the kind of motivation one needs for doing what we consider the right thing. Featuring readings by well-known Kant specialists and emerging scholars with unorthodox approaches to Kant’s philosophy, the volume will be of great interest to scholars and researchers of philosophy, politics and ethics. It will also appeal to moral theorists, applied ethicists and environmental theorists.”


  • Lançamento de Livro: “Kant and the Problem of Politics”

    Publicado em 06/09/2022 às 9:02

    Com satisfação divulgamos o lançamento do livro “Kant and the Problem of Politics” (2022), organizado por Alessandro Pinzani (UFSC) em parceira com Luigi Caranti (UniCt), e publicado pela editora Routledge. A série “Rethinking the Contemporary World” é composta por três volumes que discutem a atualidade da filosofia kantiana no campo da epistemologia, da filosofia moral e da política.

    “This book examines the significance of Kant’s political philosophy in the context of contemporary philosophical and political debates. In the last few decades, Kantian specialists have increasingly manifested a purely exegetic and philological interest in Kant’s oeuvre, while contemporary philosophers and scientists tend to use Kant with scant hermeneutical care, thus misrepresenting or misunderstanding his positions. This volume countervails these tendencies by focusing more on specific themes of contemporary relevance in Kant’s writings. It looks to Kant’s political thought for insight on tackling issues such as freedom of speech, democracy and populism, intergenerational justice, economic inequality, money, poverty, international justice and gender/feminism. Featuring readings by well-known Kant specialists and emerging scholars with unorthodox approaches to Kant’s philosophy, the volume fills a significant gap in the existing scholarship on the philosopher and his works. It will be of great interest to scholars and researchers of philosophy, politics and ethics.”


  • Evento Kantinsa: Darlei Dall’Agnol (Federal University of Santa Catarina)

    Publicado em 30/05/2022 às 9:10


  • Evento Kantinsa: Thomas Mertens (Radboud University Nijmegen), debatedor Alessandro Pinzani (UFSC)

    Publicado em 23/05/2022 às 9:14


  • Evento Kantinsa: Rainer Forst (Goethe Universität), debatedores Alessandro Pinzani (UFSC), Luigi Caranti (UniCt) e Nunzio Ali (UniCt)

    Publicado em 20/05/2022 às 9:15


  • Evento Kantinsa: Alessandro Pinzani (UFSC)

    Publicado em 16/05/2022 às 9:18


  • Evento Kantinsa: Alessandro Pinzani (UFSC)

    Publicado em 11/05/2022 às 9:19


  • Evento Kantinsa: Alessandro Pinzani (UFSC)

    Publicado em 10/05/2022 às 9:20


  • Lançamento e debate da tradução em português de livro de Kant

    Publicado em 10/07/2021 às 22:18

    O Programa de Pós-Graduação em Filosofia da UFSC convida para o lançamento e debate da tradução em português de livro Reflexão de antropologia sobre o sentimento de prazer e desprazer de Immanuel Kant a será transmitida no canal no Youtube do Departamento de Filosofia da UFSC, no dia 22 de julho de 2021, às 19h.

     

     

    Daniel Omar Perez (expositor)
    Professor de Filosofia na Unicamp e tradutor da obra.

    Maria de Lourdes Alves Borges (debatedora)
    Professora de Filosofia na UFSC e presidenta da Sociedade Kant Brasileira

    Vilmar Debona (mediador)
    Professor de Filosofia na UFSC e coordenador do PPGFil/UFSC