Kant and Contemporary Epistemology. Special Issue of Logical Analysis and History of Philosophy
Few philosophers are discussed as frequently and intensively as Immanuel Kant. Discussions of Kant are commonplace in virtually all of the sub-disciplines of analytic philosophy with the exception of epistemology. Even bracketing differences in terminology, Kant’s epistemological ideas seem foreign to the contemporary discussion in a way that, for instance, the epistemological ideas of Aristotle, Descartes, and the British Empiricists do not. The goal of this special issue is to build bridges – or where such bridges exist, to reinforce them – between contemporary epistemology and Kantian philosophy.
Possible topics include (but are not limited to):