Talks

Talks

Conferences

11) "What does Existence add to Possibility? Wolff and Kant on Complementum Possibilitatis", XII International Kant Congress, Vienna, September 2015

10) “Practical Cognition in Kant” Miami Kant Workshop, University of Miami, Miami, April 2014

9) “Wolff, Baumgarten, and Kant on existence as complementum possibilitatis”, Alexander Baumgarten's Metaphysics: Sources, Interpretation and Influence, La Salle University, Philadelphia, March 2014

8) “Kant’s Modal Theory and the Schemata of Modal Categories”, APA Pacific Division Meeting, San Francisco, April 2013

7) “From the ‘Only Possible Proof’ to the Ideal of Pure Reason: A Modal Shift”, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, October 2012

6) “Kant’s Modal Agnosticism”, Humboldt University, Berlin, June 2012

5) “From the ‘Only Possible Proof’ to the Ideal of Pure Reason: A Modal Shift”, Bogazici University, Istanbul, May 2012

4) “The Greatest Difficulty in the Parmenides (133b-134e): An Alternative solution,” 28th Annual Meeting of the Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy (SAGP), New York, October 2010

3) “Leibniz and Kant on the Syntheticity of Existential Statements”, XI. International Kant Congress, Pisa, May 2010

2) “Leibniz and Kant on the Syntheticity of Existential Statements”, 11th South Central Seminar in the History of Early Modern Philosophy, University of Texas at San Antonio, October 2009

1) “Kant’s Enigmatic Transition: Practical Cognition of the Supersensible”, Bilkent University Kant Symposium, Ankara, June 2008

 

Invited Talks

12) “Modality and Morality in Kant: A Theory of Practical Cognition”, Istanbul Technical University, Istanbul, December 2013

11) “Modality and Morality in Kant: A Theory of Practical Cognition”, Lehman College, CUNY, New York, March 2013

10) “Why did Kant downgrade ‘the Only Possible Proof’? A Modal Answer”, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, February 2013

9) “Modality and Morality in Kant: A Theory of Practical Cognition”, University of Washington, Seattle, February 2013

8) “Modality and Morality in Kant: A Theory of Practical Cognition”, University of Richmond, Richmond, February 2013

7) “Modality and Morality in Kant: A Theory of Practical Cognition”, Illinois State University, Normal, January 2013

6) “Kant and the Coextensiveness of Modal Categories”, Georgetown University, DC, February 2012

5) “Kant and the Coextensiveness of Modal Categories”, Fordham University, New York, January 2012

4) “Kant and the Coextensiveness of Modal Categories”, University of St Andrews, St Andrews, June 2011

3) “How to make sense of the Schemata of Modal Categories (A145/B184)”, Trinity College, University of Oxford, Oxford, January 2011

2) “Kant’s Enigmatic Transition: Practical Cognition of the Supersensible”, Koc University, Colloquium, Istanbul, December 2009

1) “Objective Chance in the Service of Art,” VISU2005, Vienna, July 2005

 

Commentary

1) “Commentary on Michael Rohlf’s ‘Transcendental Idealism in the B-Deduction’”, Freedom and Nature in Kant, Brown University, Providence, October 2013