Stefanie Buchenau (Université Paris 8), Patrick Frierson (Whitman College), and Allen Wood (Indiana University, Bloomington) commented on my book.
Katharina T. Kraus: Kant on Self-Knowledge and Self-Formation: The Nature of Inner Experience (Cambridge University Press, 2020).
This book explores the intricate relationship between becoming an individual person and knowing oneself as such by studying Kant’s distinctive account of psychological personhood.
An expressivist interpretation of Kant’s “I think” (Wolfgang Freitag, Katharina Kraus). Noûs (2020).
This paper develops and defends an expressivist interpretation of Kant’s “I think”. It argues that “I think”, expresses the self‐consciousness that, without assertively representing the subject itself, indicates that representational contents are unified in a single consciousness of a single subject.
This workshop featured seven talks on Kant’s notion of the self from a psychological and from a moral perspective. The two perspectives have traditionally been understood to be in tension with one another.
Is there anything special about the way we think and talk about ourselves, and in particular about our own inner world?