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Date: January 7, 2019

The FCT-funded project “Epistemology of Religious Belief: Wittgenstein, Grammar and the Contemporary World” is offering a post-doc contract

The FCT-funded project “Epistemology of Religious Belief: Wittgenstein, Grammar and the Contemporary World” is offering a post-doc contract (not a grant) at the Nova University of Lisbon. The position is for 30 months, starting (inflexibly) on 1st March 2019. The salary is €29,796.76 per year (14 months). The application deadline is 2nd January 2019.

Further details in English can be found here:
fcsh.unl.pt/faculdade/recursos-humanos/concursos/nao-docentes/18344-2018-en.pdf

And in Portuguese here:
fcsh.unl.pt/faculdade/recursos-humanos/concursos/nao-docentes/aviso-18344-2018.pdf

I call the attention of prospective applicants to the last paragraph of the call:

In the case of the PhD of the selected candidates has been conferred by a foreign higher education institution, the recognition of the referred degree must comply with the provisions of Decree-Law No. 341/2007, from October 12, and, under penalty of exclusion, any formalities established therein must be fulfilled up to the date of signature of the contract.

For information about the project, please visit:
www.eplab.ifilnova.pt/projects/erb

Nordic Wittgenstein Review Vol. 7 No 2 (2018)


NWR Volume 7 / Number 2 (December 2018) is now published online and available Open Access.  

Table of contents:

Nordic Wittgenstein Review Vol. 7 No 2 (2018)

Table of contents:

Note from the Editors
Simo Säätelä, Gisela Bengtsson, Tove Österman: Note from the Editors

Invited Paper
Avner Baz: Stanley Cavell’s Argument of the Ordinary

Articles
Ondrej Beran:"Give me an Example": Peter Winch and Learning from the Particular
Leonidas Tsilipakos: Social Criticism, Moral Reasoning and the Literary Form

Interview
Inheriting Wittgenstein: Niklas Forsberg in Conversation with James Conant, Part 2.

From the Archives
Nuno Venturinha and Jonathan Smith: Wittgenstein on British Anti-Nazi Propaganda
Alfred Schmidt: Ludwig Wittgenstein’s Nachlass in the UNESCO Memory of the World Register

Book Reviews
Olli Lagerspetz: Review of "Wittgenstein and Modernism" ed. by Michael LeMahieu and Karen Zumhagen-Yekplé
Eric J. Ritter: Review of "Becoming Who We Are: Politics and Practical Philosophy in the Work of Stanley Cavell" by Andrew Norris

NEXT SUBMISSION DEADLINE

  • Deadline for Vol. 8 / No. 1: Feb. 28, 2019. Publ. June 2019.
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