Chris Skowroński (Opole University/Berlin Practical Philosophy International Forum) talks to Sarin Marchetti (University of Sapienza, Rome, Italy) on the occasion of the Berlin Forum’s international conference they both co-organize at the Finnland Institut in Berlin (July 10-13, 2017).
Professor Marchetti talks about his contribution to the Pragmatist Kant conference in Berlin. The title of his project is:“Kant, James, and Pragmatic Anthropology.” He explains the connections between these two great philosophers in the context of philosophical anthropology. Their seminal works (Kant’s Anthropology from a Pragmatic Point of View and James’s Principles of Psychology) give us a wonderful and pregnant material for philosophical, moral and anthropological research. Marchetti discusses also some practical dimensions of his approach towards philosophical anthropology.
Marchetti authored Ethics and Philosophical Critique in William James, London and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015