• Cancellations - Please note that the BWS lists events from many other organisations across the world. In the current situation, it is impossible to keep track of cancellations. So, if you are considering an event, it is vital to check with the organisers. Please do not rely on the BWS website for notice of cancellations. Thanks.
  • Wittgenstein’s Philosophy in Times of Crisis - We would like to announce the launch of an online workshop on Wittgenstein’s Philosophy in Times of Crisis, short WPTC.For the list of upcoming talks, instructions on how to join and for further information on WPTC please visit our website: online-witt-events.weebly.com/The first session of the workshop will take place on Thursday, 28th May with Oskari Kuusela‘s talk […]
  • Conference Cancellation - We regret that these uncertain times have left us with no choice but to cancel the 11th BWS conference from now. The BWS hopes that it will take place at some other point in the future. In the meantime, please stay safe and well isolated!
  • Cancellation - Sorry - we have had to cancel this event. BWS Occasional Lecture: Problems of Expression in the later Wittgenstein - Michael Campbell.
  • Mental Health in Education: New Perspectives from Philosophy - Mental Health in Education: New Perspectives from Philosophy Colloquium 17 June 2020 University of Warwick The University of Warwick is hosting a one-day colloquium, jointly funded by the British Academy and the Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain, to explore therapeutic philosophical traditions in light of educational issues, and in response to calls by policy […]
  • Two-day Masterclass on Wittgenstein’s Epistemology of Religion with Professor José María Ariso (UNIR, Madrid) - Nova Institute of Philosophy (IFILNOVA) Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities – Nova University of Lisbon (NOVA FCSH) Two-day Masterclass on Wittgenstein’s Epistemology of Religion with Professor José María Ariso (UNIR, Madrid) Program: 26 February 2020 18-21, FCSH, Av. de Berna, Room TA 03 Religious certainty: What it is and to what extent it can be taught […]
  • PUCPR promove VII Workshop Wittgenstein: Fronteiras da Cognição - Destaque - 11 fev 2020 Evento reunirá pesquisadores de diferentes países da América Latina Durante os dias 26 e 27 de março, a PUCPR sediará o VII Workshop Wittgenstein: Fronteiras da Cognição, evento que contará com a presença de pesquisadores do Brasil, Argentina, México e Peru para discutir os limites e conexões entre linguagem e cognição, a […]
  • WELSH PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY 56th Meeting - Gregynog Hall (www.gregynog.org/) WELSH PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY  Gregynog Hall, Friday 24th April to Sunday 26th April 2020 56th Session  Friday, 24th April 4 p.m. Tea 4.30 pm Michael Campbell (Pardubice), “’Each word a little face’: some remarks on Expression” 7.00 p.m.   Dinner 8.00 p.m.   Discussion of Cora Diamond’s paper ‘Rules: looking in the right place’  […]
  • BWS Occasional Lecture: Problems of Expression in the later Wittgenstein - Michael Campbell - April 22 @ 6:15 pm - 8:00 pm New College of the Humanities, Bloomsbury, London Problems of Expression in the later Wittgenstein The concept of ‘expression’ recurs throughout the Philosophical Investigations. The expressive is important in part because it seems to straddle the categories of the logical and the psychological. These concerns meet in Wittgenstein’s discussion of […]
  • Sad News - Very sad news. Roger Scruton was one of the strongest voices of our time to promote aesthetics as crucial to the human environment; indeed, to humanity. For all of his controversial views, Roger was a Renaissance man with a deep love of literature and a respect for Leavisian views of the importance of literature in […]