Passau Summer School for Applied Ethics

The Passau Summer School for Applied Ethics (PASSAE) is an one-week interdisciplinary and international event for students focussing on current issues in Applied Ethics. Starting in 2024, it will take place annually.

The summer school is open to students from all disciplines.

#Kant: Digitalization – Europe – Sustainability

2. – 6. September 2024, University of Passau

The first PASSAE 2024 will explore Immanuel Kant’s philosophy on three topics that raise current and future ethical questions: Digitalization, Sustainability and the Future of Europe. Through lectures and discussions with international experts as well as in interdisciplinary working groups, we will explore the question of whether and what Kant’s philosophy can contribute to these contemporary challenges.

Want to be part of PASSAE?

We will discuss current ethical issues with philosophical experts and students from various European universities and a variety of disciplines. We will work creatively and communicate our thoughts to the public. Last not least, we will enjoy Passau and its beautiful surroundings in summer.

To participate please register and submit a letter of motivation (350 words) describing your interest and expectations regarding PASSAE by 31.3.2024: Application

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We thank the Passau International Center for Interdisciplinary Research (PICAIS), the Gesellschaft für Analytische Philosophie (GAP) and the Kant-Gesellschaft for supporting PASSAE 2024.

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