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1918-2018. Themes and Problems from Russell and Wittgenstein 

December 4, 2018 - December 5, 2018

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December 4-5 2018
University Bordeaux Montaigne (MSHA Building, First Floor, Room 2), in Pessac (France)
The event is sponsored by the SPH EA 4574 research unit, Bordeaux Montaigne University and the University of Bordeaux. 
Organisers: Jonathan Gombin (Bordeaux Montaigne University / SPH) and Henri Wagner (Bordeaux Montaigne University / SPH) 
Conference Program 

December 4 
9h45-10h15. Introduction
10h15-11h15: José Zalabardo (University College London), "Russell’s Paralysis"
11h30-12h30: Jonathan Gombin (Université Bordeaux Montaigne / SPH ), "Saying and Naming in Russell and Wittgenstein"
Lunch Break
14h30-15h30: Gilad Nir (Universität Leipzig / FAGI), "Wittgenstein's Third Man Argument and Russell's Rejection of Universalism"
15h45-16h45: Chon Tejedor (University of Valencia), "Russell and Wittgenstein on the Connections between Logic and Ethics"
December 5
10h-11h: Timur Uçan (Université Bordeaux Montaigne / SPH), "The Notions of Negative Fact in the Early Works of Russell and Wittgenstein"
11h15-12h15: Sebastien Gandon (Université Clermont Auvergne), "Russell's Exotic Posterities"
Lunch Break
14h15-15h15: Kevin Klement (Umass Amherst), "Russell's Logical Atomism : Doctrine or Method ?"
15h30-17h. General discussion


December 4, 2018
December 5, 2018