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March 2019

March 27
Husserl Archives Leuven Belgium + Google Map

all for registration Husserl-Wittgenstein workshop, Husserl Archives Leuven 27th of March 2019 https://hiw.kuleuven.be/hua/events/agenda/husserl-wittgenstein-workshop Workshop description: The Linguistic Turn marks the beginning of the divide between continental and analytic traditions in philosophy. The origins of this Turn are located in different works by interpreters, but the influence of Wittgenstein’s Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus on this movement is uncontested. One of the sharpest critics of this work was, however, Wittgenstein himself at a later stage in his career. His later work is of a…

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Wolfgang Kienzler (University of Jena) ‘Wittgenstein on the Synthetic Nature of Proofs’, ARTS 2.08

March 27 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
University of East Anglia Norwich, Norfolk NR4 7TJ United Kingdom + Google Map

UEA Wittgenstein Workshop 2018-19 Meetings take place on Wednesdays 5-7pm, except 1.3.2019 Please note, rooms vary.

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April 2019

Call for abstracts: Hegel and Wittgenstein: Negativity and Language

April 1

The aim of the workshop is to foster a modern philosophical dialogue capable of integrating the disconnected philosophical traditions which followed Hegel in the nineteenth century and Wittgenstein in the twentieth. The event, which is taking place at Charles University in Prague between 11 and 13 June 2019, will focus on the topic of negativity and language in Hegel and Wittgenstein, and compare differences and similarities in their approaches. The workshop will also continue the discussion begun at the Wittgenstein–Hegel conference…

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Wittgenstein: Etica e cultura

April 4 @ 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Villa Mirafiori, Via Carlo Fea 2
Roma, Italy
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4 aprile: Cecilia Rofena (Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia), Morfologia e sinossi in Wittgenstein

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Wittgenstein Seminar 2018-2019 Logical Forms and Forms of Life: Andrea Kern (Universität Leipzig) “The role of self-consciousness in human life”

April 6 @ 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
Sorbonne, Univ. Paris 1
Paris, Paris 5 France
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Organised by Christiane Chauviré, Pierre Fasula, Sandra Laugier Venue: Sorbonne, University Paris 1, UFR de philosophie, 17, rue de la Sorbonne, Paris 5e, escalier C, 1stfloor, salle Lalande From 2015 to 2017, the Wittgenstein seminar focused on the concept of 'ordinary', as a central concept of contemporary thought: in the works of Wittgenstein, Austin, and today Stanley Cavell, Veena Das, and Richard Moran; at the crossroads of linguistics, ethics, and anthropology. In 2017-2018, in a partnership with the project GDRI…

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Call for Abstracts - 2nd Hinge Epistemology Conference

April 7

Call for abstracts 2nd Conference on Hinge Epistemology  Panthéon-Sorbonne University, Paris Monday 1- Tuesday 2 July 2019 Submissions of abstracts are invited for a 2-day conference on Hinge Epistemology, hosted by the Wittgenstein Seminar at Panthéon-Sorbonne University, in collaboration with Irvine University, California and the University of Hertfordshire (UK). Plenary speakers: ·       Jocelyn Benoist (Sorbonne) ·       Elise Marrou (Sorbonne) ·       Constantine Sandis (Hertfordshire) ·       Paul Standish (UCL) ·       Angélique Thebert (Nantes) Symposium on Hinge Epistemology ·       Annalisa Coliva (Irvine) ·       Daniele Moyal-Sharrock (Hertfordshire) ·       Duncan Pritchard (Irvine) CALL FOR ABSTRACTS The conference will include a number of sessions for submitted papers. Selection will be…

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Ethics and Experience: Widening Perspectives.

April 8 - April 9
Åbo Akademi University Turku, Finland + Google Map

On April 8-9 the philosophers at Åbo Akademi University arranges a two day symposium, Ethics and Experience: Widening Perspectives. More information at: https://blogs.abo.fi/filosofi/2019/03/13/symposium-ethics-and-experience-8-9-april/ PROGRAM 8.4. ETHICS WITH AND AFTER WITTGENSTEIN 15.15-16.25 Sophie Grace Chappell (Open University): No More Heroes Any More? 16.55-18.05 Anne-Marie Søndergaard Christensen (University of Southern Denmark): 'A Two-way Movement in Philosophy'. A Wittgensteinian take on a Murdochioan Point 18.15-20.00 Maria Balaska (University of Hertfordshire): Cavell and Freud on Self-knowledge, Self-attainment, and the Limits of Introspection 9.4. GENDERED…

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Wittgenstein and Marx Fetishism and Alienation between Commodities and Words

April 9 - April 11
University of Salento Lecce, Italy + Google Map

Wittgenstein and Marx Fetishism and Alienation between Commodities and Words Conference – Department of Human Studies, University of Salento, Lecce, Italy 9-11 April 2019 Ludwig Wittgenstein, in the second phase of his thought, has been strongly influenced by Marxism through frequent contacts with personalities such as the economist Piero Sraffa and the academic Nicholas Bachtin. His philosophy turned into a critical and anthropological view of language and philosophy, that allowed different scholars to cross Wittgenstein’s thought with philosophers like B.…

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Wittgenstein: Etica e cultura

April 18 @ 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Villa Mirafiori, Via Carlo Fea 2
Roma, Italy
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2 maggio: Sandra Laugier (University Paris I Pantheon-Sorbonne), Wittgenstein on Subjectivity and Voice

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Seventh meeting of the Stirling Early Analytic Group Themes from Wittgenstein’s Tractatus

April 23
university of Stirling Stirling, United Kingdom + Google Map

Seventh meeting of the Stirling Early Analytic Group Themes from Wittgenstein’s Tractatus Tuesday April 23rd 2019, C1 Pathfoot Building, University of Stirling Hanne Appelqvist (Helsinki) The Transcendentality of Ethics in the Tractatus Roger White (Leeds) Modality and the Tractatus Indrek Lobus (Stirling) The Negation Argument (Tractatus 4.0621) Colin Johnston (Stirling) Solipsism and the Graspability of Sense Full details available here: http://stirlingphilosophy.org/early-analytic-group/ Attendance is free and everyone is welcome, but let Colin Johnston know (colin.johnston@stir.ac.uk) if you will attend, and if…

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