复旦大学人文基金学术讲座:Kant on Will, Beauty and Mathematics
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FourLectures, November in Shanghai 2014

1. Kant on imagination, beauty, and geniusin mathematics  

2.Kanton beauty and ugliness and good and evil.  

3. Kant on free will.  

4. Wittgenstein and free will – or:Can we believe in both determinism and moralresponsibility?

 

Backgroundmaterial by C. H. Wenzel

In general, my articles that can be foundon my homepage:

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Introduction to Kant’s aesthetic,for lectures 1 and 2:

‘Kant’s Aesthetics: Overview andRecent Literature’, Philosophy CompassBlackwell 4/3 (2009), pp. 380-406.

An Introduction to Kant’s Aesthetics: Core Concepts and Problems, with foreword by Henry Allison, Oxford: Blackwell Publishers2005, viii + 183 p. ISBN 978-1-4051-3035-6 (hardcover), 978-1-4051-3036-3 (paperback).Reviewed in: Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews 2006.8.14; Journal of Aestheticsand Art Criticism 64/4, 2006; British Journal or Aesthetics 47/1, 2007.

An Introduction to Kant’sAesthetics appeared in Chinese translation,《康德美學》, 李淳玲 EstherLee Chun Ling (transl.), Taipei: Linking Publishing 2011, ISBN978-957-08-3212-9.

 

For lecture 1:

Beauty, Genius, andMathematics. Why Did Kant Change His Mind?’ Historyof Philosophy Quarterly 18/4 (2001), pp. 415-432.

‘Beauty, Genius, andMathematics’ in Chinese translation in World Philosophy, 1/2004: 文哲。〈美、天才和數學:為什麼康得改了主意?〉。倪勝,譯。《世界哲學》2004年第一期。

‘Art and Imagination inMathematics’, in Imagination in Kant’sCritical Philosophy, Michael L. Thompson (ed), Walter de Gruyter 2013, pp.49-68.

 

For lecture 2:

‘Kant Finds NothingUgly?’ British Journal of Aesthetics39/4 (1999), pp. 416-422.

‘Do Negative Judgments of TasteHave a priori Grounds in Kant?’, Kant-Studien103/4 (December 2012), pp. 472-493.