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CALL FOR PROPOSALS - British Journal for the History of Philosophy Special Issue Topic: Historical Thought in German Neo-Kantianism

CALL FOR PROPOSALS – British Journal for the History of Philosophy Special Issue
Topic: Historical Thought in German Neo-Kantianism
Editors: Katherina Kinzel and Lydia Patton
The British Journal for the History of Philosophy is planning a special issue that explores the role of historical arguments in German Neo-Kantianism, and the complex relationship between the Neo-Kantian movement and German historicism. The issue will analyse how nineteenth and early twentieth century German Neo-Kantians responded to the tensions between historical and transcendental arguments, how they conceived of the relation between history and philosophy, and how their approaches were related to those of philosophers who focused on historicist and hermeneutic analysis.
We invite proposals for contributions to this special issue. Contributions may address questions including:
–          How did the German Neo-Kantians conceptualize the relation between history and philosophy?
–          What was the role of historical arguments and historical thinking in Neo-Kantian philosophical projects?
–          What were their views about the methods of the historical disciplines, as well as about the progress of history itself?
–          What was the relation between Neo-Kantianism and historicism?
Contributions may focus on Neo-Kantian classics (such as Hermann Cohen, Ernst Cassirer, or Heinrich Rickert), as well as on some of the lesser researched figures of the movement (Jakob Friedrich Fries, Friedrich Albert Lange, Kuno Fischer, Paul Natorp, Wilhelm Windelband, Emil Lask, among others). In addition, contributions may explore “non-orthodox” Neo-Kantians (e.g., Wilhelm Dilthey, Max Weber, Nicolai Hartmann), or trace connections between German Neo-Kantianism and other national contexts (e.g., Charles Renouvier).
 
We especially encourage contributions that explore the role of women in German Neo-Kantianism and historicism. These may focus on the contributions of women to the broader philosophical context (Grete Hermann, Camille Bos, Edith Landmann, Susanne Langer) or discuss the remarkable absence of women from the historicist and Neo-Kantian core traditions – an absence that remains in need of explanation given that women were very much present in other philosophical movements of the time, such as romanticism or phenomenology.
Finally, while we welcome contributions that focus on individual authors in depth, we are interested as well in papers that discuss the Neo-Kantian and historicist traditions more broadly, taking account of their historical and social context.

Proposals in the form of a 1000-1500 word abstract should be sent to [email protected]at and [email protected]
Deadline for proposals: 1st August 2018.
Notification of initial acceptance: 15th September 2018.
Contributions accepted for peer review are expected to be up to 7500 words long (including footnotes and references), and due 31st September 2019. All submissions will be subject to doubly anonymous peer review.
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