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Call for Paper EN

The call for papers runs from May 1st, 2022 to February 28th, 2023. Please submit a full paper of up to 20,000 characters (including spaces, footnotes, and references) and an abstract of approximately 1,000 characters (including spaces, in English). Papers may be written in either one of the congress languages (English, French, German, Spanish) and should relate to one of the 21 sections above. Please indicate explicitly which section(s) you consider to be most appropriate for your paper. Contributions will be subject to anonymous peer review. To ensure objectivity, contributions must not contain references to the author's previous work or any elements that may reveal the author's identity. The contribution must be submitted as a PDF file.

The selected papers will be allocated a time slot of 30 minutes, including Q&A (presentation: 20 minutes; Q&A: 10 minutes). Submitters will be notified of the outcome of the review by July 31, 2023.
Please submit your contribution via our conference software Converia. A separate input field is available for the abstract.


1.       Kant and the Enlightenment
2.       Kant's pre-critical philosophy
3.       Metaphysics
4.       Epistemology and logic
5.       Philosophy of science, philosophy of nature and teleology
6.       Ethics and moral philosophy
7.       Philosophy of law and political philosophy
8.       Philosophy of history and culture
9.       Philosophy of education, anthropology, and psychology
10.     Religion and theology
11.     Aesthetics and art theory
12.     Kant and German idealism
13.     Kant and Neo-Kantianism
14.     Kant and phenomenology
15.     Kant and the analytic philosophy
16.     Kant in contemporary practical philosophy
17.     Kant and the global challenges: poverty, climate change, migration
18.     Kant and the challenges of artificial intelligence
19.     Kant and the non-Western philosophy
20.     Kant as a source of inspiration for the constitution of the Federal Republic of Germany
21.     Kant and the problems of social marginalization