Eli Friedlander (Tel Aviv University) ‘Mythology and Significance in Wittgenstein’s “Remarks on Frazer’s Golden Bough’

University of East Anglia Norwich, Norfolk

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. […]

Anna Boncompagni (University of California, Irvine) TBC

University of East Anglia Norwich, Norfolk

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. […]

Michael Kremer (University of Chicago) ‘Gilbert Ryle's Fregean Inheritance’

University of East Anglia Norwich, Norfolk

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. […]

Vasso Kindi (University of Athens) ‘T.S. Kuhn’s Model of Science as an Object of Comparison’

University of East Anglia Norwich, Norfolk

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. […]

UEA Wittgenstein Workshop: Duncan Richter (Virginia Military Institute) ‘General Principles and the Danger of Relativism in Contextual Ethics’

University of East Anglia Norwich, Norfolk

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. […]

Marie McGinn (University of York) 'Wittgenstein's Naturalism and the Sceptical Paradox

University of East Anglia Norwich, Norfolk

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. […]

Reshef Agam Segal (Virginia Military Institute) ‘Aspect Seeing and the Mind

University of East Anglia Norwich, Norfolk

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. […]

Michael Campbell (Kyoto University) ‘From Rule Following to Productive Thinking: Reading The Investigations in the Light of Gestalt Psychology’

University of East Anglia Norwich, Norfolk

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. […]

Maria Balaska (University of Hertfordshire and Åbo Akademi) ‘The Nothing in Wittgenstein’

University of East Anglia Norwich, Norfolk

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. […]

Kevin Cahill (University of Bergen) ‘A Parting of the Ways: A Sort of Prequel’

University of East Anglia Norwich, Norfolk

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. […]

Centenário da publicação do Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus de Ludwig Wittgenstein

Centenário da publicação do Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus de Ludwig Wittgenstein 08 a 11 de novembro de 2021 – Evento modalidade virtualNos dias 08 a 11 de novembro acontecerá, na modalidade virtual, o XIII Colóquio de Filosofia da Universidade Estadual do Paraná. O tema do evento nesse ano versará sobre o centenário da publicação do Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus […]