The goal of Kantian Questions is to publish original work on any topic of Kantian scholarship, as well as reflections on contemporary debates that bear the imprint of Kant’s thought. The series is published by Cambridge Scholar Publishing and comprises monographs, anthologies and translations, as well as the collection Rethinking Kant, which garners papers presented at the different Study Groups of the North American Kant Society. Kantian Questions offers a new publishing venue of the highest quality and is attractive to scholars who want to reach, through the possibility of paperback editions, a readership of specialists and non-specialists alike.
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• Karl Ameriks
• Paul Guyer
• Patricia Kitcher
• Beatrice Longuenesse
• Robert Louden
• Güenter Zöller
Guidelines for Manuscript Submission
To facilitate the peer review process, proposals should include the following information:
• A general description of the project
• A chapter outline and table of contents
• A brief discussion of the existing literature and the expected contribution to it
• An estimation of the length of the manuscript and the schedule for completion
• A chapter sample
• A curriculum vitae
To submit a proposal or inquire about the series, please contact the editor:
Professor Pablo Muchnik,
Department of Communication Studies,
120 Boylston Street,
Boston, MA 02116-4624
Pablo Muchnik is Associate Professor at Emerson College (Boston, USA). Educated in Argentina, he received his Ph.D. from the New School for Social Research (2002) and studied a few years in Germany. He specializes in Kant, modern philosophy, and political philosophy. He is the author of Kant’s Theory of Evil: An Essay on The Dangers of Self-Love and the Aprioricity of History (Lexington Books, 2009), editor of the first two volumes of Rethinking Kant (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2008 and 2010), and co-editor of Kant’s Anatomy of Evil (Cambridge University Press, 2010) and of the fourth volume of Rethinking Kant (2014). Muchnik is the recipient of various national and international scholarships and awards, and is the director of the series Kantian Questions (Cambridge Scholars Publishing) and Kant’s Sources in Translation (Bloomsbury). He was the President of the North American Kant Society between 2014-2017 and Vice President between 2009-2014.
"Kant studies in North America is a vibrant academic domain, and the new instrument for capturing its impulses presented in the Rethinking Kant series is extremely welcome."
John H. Zammito