On Friday, December 6, we will join the Department of Philosophy’s Graduate Research conference to host Nic Koziolek, who will give his paper “Judgement, Belief, and the Psychological Principle of Non-Contradiction”. Please note the change in time and place: Nic’s talk will take place from 2:40-3:55, at Classics 110. You may want to attend the entire conference, starting at 10:30, […]
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On Friday, November 22, we will hear and discuss Gilad Nir’s paper, “Rethinking the Logic of Duality: Truth, Inference and the Constants in Wittgenstein’s Tractatus“. We will read through the entire paper in our meeting. We meet at our regular location and time, Wieboldt 408, 1:30-4:30. Reception to follow at the Anscombe Library.
This Friday we will host our very own Silver Bronzo. Silver will read and discuss his paper “Understanding the Context Principle”. We meet at the regular place and time: Wieboldt 408 at 1:30pm. There will be a reception to follow at the Philosophy Department’s Anscombe library.
On Friday, November 1, we will be hosting Cora Diamond (UVA). A longer version of Prof. Diamond’s paper, “Wittgenstein, Anscombe, and What Can Only Be True”, is available on this password protected page. If you do not have the password, please email giladnir at uchicago dot edu . At our meeting, Prof. Diamond will read a shortened version […]
Next Friday, Oct 18, we host Ed Dain (Providence College) to discuss his paper, ”Eliminating Ethics: Wittgenstein, Ethics and the Limits of Sense “. We will meet at Wieboldt 408, 1:30-4:30. Reception to follow.
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This Friday, our very own Andy Werner will discuss his paper, McDowell on Animality, Mere and Rational: Motivating an Interest in the Method of Hegel’s Logic. The paper may be found here. In the meeting, Andy will only read a summary of sections 2-3. The meeting will take place at Wieboldt 408, at 1:30pm.
This should be of interest to all of us – the schedule may be found here.
Welcome to the 2013-2014 Wittgenstein Workshop. Our schedule for the year is still under construction, but you can get a pick at the tentative version here. 2013-2014 is going to be a very busy year for us, with more than 10 guest speakers and 6 student presentations. We will also join two philosophy conferences in […]
Matt Teichman (University of Chicago, graduate student) “Which movie genre are you?” Cobb 430 2:30–4:30pm The paper will not be distributed in advance. ABSTRACT: We give the same label—“film genre” —to what are two distinct notions. One might be called “historical genre,” the kind of category that critics use to designate movements in the history […]
Marko Malink (University of Chicago) “Bolzano’s Reception of Aristotle’s Logic” 1:30–4:20pm Cobb 430 (Joint meeting with the German Philosophy Workshop.) The paper will not be distributed in advance.