EPLab • Reading Group

Nuno Venturinha on Marcus Willaschek & Eric Watkins

Kant on cognition and knowledge

The session will be hosted by Nuno Venturinha, who will talk about the text “Kant on cognition and knowledge” by Marcus Willaschek & Eric Watkins (in Synthese 197 (8) 2020, pp. 3195-3213).


If you want to host one of the sessions, to be included on the group’s mailing list or to receive the text that will be discussed, please write to joaolemos@fcsh.unl.pt. The session will be in Portuguese but questions can be made in English. All sessions will be recorded and will be available on IFILNOVA’s YouTube channel.


The next Kant Reading Group sessions will take place via zoom, on the last Friday of each month, from 11am to 12:30pm.

Next sessions
29.10: Manuela Teles – Sonia Sedivy, “Beauty as the Value of Perceptible Presence” (in Beauty and the End of Art: Wittgenstein, Plurality and Perception, Bloomsbury, 2016, pp. 189-232)

26.11: João Gouveia – Stephen Palmquist, ‘Does Kant Reduce Religion to Morality?’, Kant-Studien 83 (2) 1992, pp. 129-148

17.12: Nuno Carvalho – Thierry de Duve, “Kant after Duchamp” (in Kant after Duchamp, MIT Press, 1996, pp. 283-325)