Religion and Post Kantian Philosophy
The Religion & Post-Kantian Philosophy Research Cluster is an interdisciplinary group, based in the Department of Philosophy, exploring questions and challenges surrounding the post-Kantian approach to the philosophy of religion. It is a pioneering research group made up of senior and junior academics across the Faculty of Art and Social Sciences, and is supported by the School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry.
The overall goal of the “Religion and Post-Kantian Philosophy Research Cluster” is to bring together academic staff currently divided by disciplinary and administrative boundaries, to build on complementary research methodologies and to develop research opportunities.
It specialises in the post-Kantian tradition (broadly conceived). This includes, but is not limited to, the following philosophical perspectives in relation to religion:
- German Idealism (especially Hegel and the contemporary ‘revisionist’ reading of Hegel)