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“The turning out of books is not an insignificant branch of business in a commonwealth whose culture has already progressed quite far, and where reading has become a nearly indispensable and general need.“ 
— Kant, “On turning out books“ (1798), AA VIII: 436





This page is regularly updated. In addition to the publications cited below (published already or accepted), more than 20 publications by members of our team are on their way.


1. Journal articles

Bakhurst, D. 2021/in press. Human nature, reason and morality. Journal of Philosophy of Education, 55.5.

Bazhanov, V. 2020. The nature of mathematics through the lens of cognitive research. Voprosy Filosofii, 11, 87-96.

Krouglov, A. 2020. The discussion about Kant during the Great Patriotic War: The look 75 years after the victory, Part I. Voprosy Filosofii, 5, 192‒209.

Krouglov, A. 2020. The discussion about Kant during the Great Patriotic War: The look 75 years after the victory, Part II. Voprosy Filosofii, 6, 169‒189.

Sticker, M. 2021/in press. Kant on true needs. Kant-Studien.

Dmitrieva, N. 2021/in press. Sergei Rubinstein on the method of thinking in Hegel: a Neo-Kantian critique. Voprosy Filosofii.

Meer, R. 2021/in press. Die Raum- und Zeitlehre Alois Riehls im Kontext realistischer Interpretationen von Kants transzendentalem Idealismus. Kant-Studien.


2. Book chapters

Krouglov, A. 2021/in press. The reception of Kant’s philosophy in Russia. The Palgrave Handbook of Russian Thought, eds. V. F. Bykova, M. N. Forster & L. Steiner. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Sticker, M. 2021. How common is common human reason? In Kant on Morality, Humanity, and Legalityed. by A. Lyssy & C. YeomansLondon: Palgrave Macmillan, 167-187.

Sturm, T. 2021/in press. Theories of rationality and the descriptive/normative divide: A historical approach. In Handbook on Rationality, ed. M. Knauff & W. Spohn. Cambridge/MA: MIT Press.

Sturm, T. 2021/in press. The conception of Kant’s “Metaphysical Foundations of Natural Science”: Aims, method, and subject matter. In Cambridge Critical Guide to Kant’s “Metaphysical Foundations of Natural Science”, ed. M.B. McNulty. Cambridge: Cambridge UP.


3. Monographs, edited books, and special issues of journals

Bakhurst, D. & Sticker, M. (eds.), forthcoming. Special issue on “Kant on education and improvement”, Journal for the Philosophy of Education, 55(5).

Sturm, T., Gava, G. & Vesper, A. (eds.), forthcoming. Kant and the Systematicity of the Sciences. London: Routledge.