If you are interested in participating in the conference (August 19th, 2010) dedicated to Maimon’s Essay, please see the announcement.
The dates below will have links to the posts dedicated to the discussed reading sections as the reading goes on. Click on the chapter or a rejoinder to see the post and the comments.
Participation is open to anyone interested. If you post something on the related subject matter on your blog, please send us a link and we’ll post it here as well.
[A review of the English translation can be found here.]
[A copy of Maimon’s short essay “The Philosophical Language-Confusion” is posted here.]
[Some quick responses by Mikhail Emelianov]
[A digression on Kant’s Transcendental Deduction by Mikhail Emelianov]
[An extended comment by Nick Midgley]
[An essay by Gideon Freudenthal, “Definition and Construction: Salomon Maimon’s Philosophy of Geometry” (warning, large PDF) linked to by Nick Midgley]
[If anyone is interested in looking at Maimon’s Logic, here it is in German – PDF]
[Jeffrey Bell‘s reaction to Chapter 2 summary – “Thresholds of Consciousness: Leibniz-Maimon-Deleuze“]
7/5 – Chapters 5 & Chapter 6 (56-67): Thing, Possible, Necessary, Ground, Consequence / Identity, Difference, Opposition, Reality, Logical and Transcendental Negation – (by Corey McCall, with a Rejoinder by Mikhail Emelianov).
[a post “What is it like to be an object? Hume and Maïmon” by Jeffrey Bell]
PS. Some earlier links to posts related to this event are here.