A Kantian Approach to Climate Justice and the Reasons Why We Do Not Act

February 18, 2020 -
12:00pm to 1:30pm

Abstract: In this lunchtime talk, Heybl will discuss what Kant would have had to say about climate change, how Immanuel Kant would justify action to prevent it, and why humanity is worth preserving. She will discuss these questions by bringing the views of Kant into conversation with two other German philosophers, Robert Spaemann and Hans Jonas.

Sponsored by the Center for Philosophy of Science

Location and Address

1117 Cathedral of Learning