Neokantiana is an inter-disciplinary research project led by Patrick Flack, Erik Martin and Michal Mrugalski. It consists of a large scale research database, a dedicated book series, and of regular workshops and panels. Its main aim is to map the complex networks of Neokantian philosophy across Europe (Germany, Russia, Poland, Italy, Spain, etc.) and thus reassess its impact on the rise of the human sciences in the first half of the 20th Century.
ASEEES PanelSpaces of Dialogue and Forms of Cooperation: Prague and its Russian Emigration (1921-1938)
Online, 3 December 2021
ConferenceNeokantianism as an entanglement of intellectual cultures in Central and Eastern Europe
Berlin, 23-25 May 2019