Panels at the Eastern APA

Kant’s Responses to Newton on Space and Causality
Wednesday, December 30, 2009, from 11:15 AM - 1:15 PM

Abraham Stone (University of California–Santa Cruz) “Kant’s Qualified Defense of Newton’s Thesis that Space is a Direct Emanation of the First Cause”
Lydia Patton (Virginia Polytechnic Institute) “Why Kant Needs the Principles”
Robert DiSalle (University of Western Ontario) “Kant and Newton”

Neo-Kantianism and Twentieth Century Philosophy
Monday, December 28, 2009, from 9 AM - 11 AM

Scott Edgar (University of British Columbia): “The Neo-Kantian Origins of Mach’s Positivism”
Alan Kim (Colgate University): "Natorp and Husserl on Space”
Hartwig Wiedebach (University of Zurich): “Kantianism versus Religious Aesthetics: Hermann Cohen’s Concept of God”

The location of the panels will be advertised in the conference program.