Forthcoming in the BWS Lecture Series

 


The BWS gratefully acknowledges the support of the Bloomsbury Press

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Previous lectures

6th November 2017

Eighteenth Lecture
Professor
Ray Monk
Turing and Wittgenstein on Logic and Mathamatis

22th May 2017

Seventeenth Lecture
Dr. Hanne Apleqvist
Rule-Following and Reflective Judgement

17th October 2016

Sixteenth Lecture
Dr. Chon Tejedor
Scientism as a Threat to Science: Wittgenstein on Self-Subversion

9 May 2016

Fifteenth Lecture
Dr.
John Heaton
The Interface Between Wittgenstein's Philosophical Therapy and the Empirical Psychotherapies

18 October 2015

Fourteenth Lecture
Professor
Constantine Sandis
Wittgenstein & Friends on Action and the Will

12 May 2015

Thirteenth Lecture
Dr
Mikel Burley
Wittgenstein and Philosophy of Religion: Beyond Fideism and Atheism

28 October 2014

Twelfth Lecture
Professor Gavin Kitching
'What is the use of my teaching you these techniques...?': Contemporary Wittgensteinian Philosophy and the Really Rough Ground of Politics

27 May 2014
Eleventh Lecture
Professor Charles Altieri
Doubt and Display: A Foundation for a Wittgensteinian Approach to the Arts

14 May 2013

Tenth Lecture
Dr
Ian Ground
Listen to the Lion: Wittgenstein and Animal Minds

23 November 2012

Ninth Lecture
Professor
Paul Standish
On Being Resolute

8 May 2012

Eighth Lecture
Professor
Martin Kusch
On Certainty and the Remarks on the Foundations of Mathematics

18 October 2011

Seventh lecture
Professor
Bernard Harrison
Wittgenstein, Reality and the Novel

9 May 2011

Sixth lecture
Professor
Sandra Laugier
The Importance of Importance: Cavell and Diamond on ethics

26 October 2010

Fifth lecture
Professor Frank Cioffi
Was Wittgenstein Right to Call Science a Trap?

20 May 2010

Fourth lecture
Professor
Dale Jacquette
Wittgenstein's Tractatus as Mystic Revelation

2 November 2009

Third lecture
Professor
Rom Harré
Are there Moral Hinges?

5 May 2009

Second lecture
Paul Horwich
Rorty's Wittgenstein

7 November 2008

The Inaugural lecture
Sir Anthony Kenny
Aristotle and Wittgenstein