International conference on: Is There Anything Wrong with Wittgenstein?

wittgenstein11 8, 9 e 10 giugno 2006,  presso l'Aula 1 della Facoltà di Scienze della Comunicazione e dell'Economia -  Reggio Emilia

Registrazione dell'evento

 

 

Scientific board:
Pasquale Frascolla (University of Basilicata, Italy)
Diego Marconi (University of Turin, Italy)
Alberto Voltolini (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy)

Programme

June 8, morning
(chairperson: Alberto Voltolini)
9.00-9.15
Welcome
Introduction by Arrigo Bonisoli, Head of Department of Social, Quantitative and Cognitive Sciences
9.15-10.45
Paul Horwich (University of New York) Regularities, rules, meanings,
truth conditions, and epistemic norms
10.45-11.15
coffee break
11.15-12.45
Eva Picardi (Università  di Bologna), Meaning in Context”

June 8, afternoon
(chairperson: Eva Picardi)
15.15-16.45
Frederick Stoutland (Uppsala Universitet), Wittgenstein, Analytical
Philosophy, and Metaphysics
16.45-17.15
coffee break
17.15-18.45
Meredith Williams (Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore), Method and
Metaphilosophy in the /Philosophical Investigations

June 9, morning
(chairperson: Diego Marconi)
9.15-10.45
Timothy Williamson (New College, Oxford), Conceptual Truth
10.45-11.15
coffee break
11.15-12.45
Kevin Mulligan (University de Geneve), Essence, meanings and rules

June 9, afternoon
(chairperson: Pasquale Frascolla)
15.15-16.45
Hans-Johann Glock (University of Reading) Wittgenstein was almost right about meaning
16.45-17.15
coffee break
17.15-18.45
William Child (University College, Oxford) Self-knowledge and memory in Wittgenstein

June 10, morning
(chairperson: Kevin Mulligan)
9.15-10.45
Joachim Schulte (ETH Zürich), Reading-machines, Feelings of Influence, Experiences of Being Guided: Wittgenstein on Reading
10.45-11.15
coffee break
11.15-12.45
Anthony Kenny (Balliol College, Oxford), Thought, brains, and behaviour