Small philosophy publisher and events organizer based in Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Our goal is both to publish innovative works of philosophy aimed at a general readership as well as to add momentum to the North-East's philosophical and cultural scene by running events and attracting speakers to the region.See more
We have teamed up with the Newcastle Philosophy Society and the PSE to put on seasons of talks and lectures by world-renowned philosophers alongside emerging local ones.See more
Our newest publication is THE KANTIAN CATASTROPHE?, edited by Anthony Morgan. To find out more about it and where you can purchase it as a paperback or an E- Book, click on the link below.See more
For philosophical modernity, there is a before and after Kant, just as there is a before and after Aristotle for ancient philosophy.
The problem with Kantianism is that it's ontologically disproportionate.
For Kant, the subject itself is responsible for the objectivity of knowledge.