Colloquium: Kant's Moral Vision as Affirmative Religion

- (part of a series)

Location: Duncan Student Center, Meeting Room 2 South (W210)

Kant Statue

A 2-day colloquium on the "Affirmative" interpretation of Kant's philosophy of religion, inspired by the question as to what extent Kant's moral vision affirms religion without rendering it irrelevant.


Chris Firestone, Trinity International University
John E. Hare, Yale Divinity School
Jacqueline Mariña, Purdue University
Lawrence Pasternack, Oklahoma State University

Keynote Address

March 31, 5:00 pm
"In What Sense Does Kant have a Vision of "Affirmative Religion"?
Reflections on an Evolving Hermeneutic Revolution

Stephen R. Palmquist, Hong Kong Baptist University

Full Schedule

Attendance is free and open to all.

This colloquium has been made possible through a research fellowship provided to Meredith Trexler Drees by the Center for Philosophy of Religion.