The UEA Wittgenstein workshop is an international research seminar with a focus on Wittgenstein's philosophy broadly understood. This includes its background and influences, Wittgenstein's relation to his interlocutors, the reception of his philosophy and its relation to 20th century philosophers and philosophical movements, Wittgenstein's relation to and relevance for contemporary positions and debates in philosophy.
Anyone interested is welcome to attend.
The speaker will normally only give a short introduction on the assumption that participants have read the text for the meeting. The text is available, typically a week in advance, on the Wittgenstein Workshop UEA Blackboard site. This is for workshop members only, but you can inquire about membership or request the paper from Oskari Kuusela: firstname.lastname@example.org
Public website at: http://www.uea.ac.uk/philosophy/news-and-events/wittgenstein-workshop