The Too Early Wittgenstein? International Conference and Graduate Workshop on the Philosophy of Ludwig Wittgenstein. Birkbeck, University of London Call for papers and more details here.
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Amos Browne (University of Chicago, graduate student) “Rationality, intelligibility, and explanation: Davidson and Wittgenstein” Cobb 430 1:30–4:20pm The paper will not be distributed in advance, but Amos recommends reading pp. 104–114 of David Finkelstein’s Expression and the Inner.
Silver Bronzo (University of Chicago) “Symbols, Signs, and Figures in Frege and Wittgenstein” 1:30–4:20pm Cobb 430 The paper will not be distributed in advance.
Michael Williams (Johns Hopkins University) “A pragmatic approach to knowledge” 3:30–5:30pm Cobb 430 The paper will not be distributed in advance.
Peter Hylton (UIC) “Problems of Philosophy as a stage in the evolution of Russell’s views on knowledge” Rosenwald 432 1:30–4:20pm The paper will not be distributed in advance.
William Taschek (The Ohio State University) “On the Tractarian Critique of Frege’s use of ‘⊢’” Rosenwald 432 1:30–3:50pm The paper will not be distributed in advance.
Francey Russell (University of Chicago, graduate student) “I want to know more about you: knowing and acknowledging in Chinatown” 1:30–4:20pm Rosenwald 432 Two versions of the paper, a long and a short, are available here.
Clinton Tolley (University of California, San Diego) “Kant, Bolzano, Frege, and the Universalist Conception of Logic” 1:30–4:20pm Cobb 105 This will be a joint meeting with the German Philosophy Workshop. Background readings are available here. The paper itself will not be distributed in advance.
Patricia Blanchette (Notre Dame) “Conceptual analysis and logic in Frege” 1:30–4:20pm Rosenwald 432 Professor Blanchette has recommended that, in advance of the workshop, participants read Chapter 4 of her book Frege’s Conception of Logic. The chapter is available here. The talk will presuppose that participants have read the chapter. (If you need the password to [...]
Sandra Lapointe (McMaster University) “Bolzano, Quine, and Logical Truth” 1:30–4:20pm Rosenwald 432 The paper and a handout are available here. (If you need the password, please email Nic at nkoziolek at uchicago dot edu.)