The Wittgenstein Workshop has a packed schedule this year!
Unless otherwise noted, all meetings are Fridays 1:30-4:20pm, in Foster 305.
3/31 Matthew Boyle (Chicago). “Self-Knowledge, Self-Concern, and the First Person Perspective”
4/7 Martin Gustafsson (Abo Academi) “Why is Frege’s judgment stroke superfluous?”
4/20 Eric Marcus (Auburn) “Towards a Theory of Inference,” 4:30-6:30 in Cobb 110**note the unusual date, time, and location
4/21 Olivia Bailey (Harvard). “Humean Empathy: an idea and its afterlife.”
5/12 Amos Browne (Chicago) “Philosophical Investigations 156-178: Wittgenstein on Reading.”
5/25 Rory O’Connell (Chicago) “Agents and Their Powers.” 4:30-6:30**note the unusual date and time (location TBD)
5/26 Alice Crary (New School for Social Research)
10/21 Katie Howe. “What Does It Take to Have a Body?” (Chicago)
10/28 Adrian Haddock. “Understanding the Mind from its own Point of View” (University of Stirling)
11/4 Mathis Koschel. “The Actuality of Thinking: On the dependency of understanding and validity on empirical matters” (Chicago)
11/18 Rico Gutschmidt. “Beyond Quietism. Skeptical Practice and a Performative Account of Understanding.”
12/2 Job Seekers Conference
12/4-5 “Meaning, Metaphor, and Maimonides: Conference Honoring Josef Stern.”
1/6 Hannah McKeown (Chicago). “Getting Your Duck-Rabbits in a Row: How to Align Metaphor and Aspect Perception”
1/13 Concept of Form conference
1/20 Christian Martin (University of Munich). “Duality, Force, Language Games, and Our Form of Life.”
2/2** (special date) Barry Stroud (Berkeley). “Are The Colours of Things Secondary Qualities?”
2/3 Skepticism Conference.
2/10 Josh Mendelsohn (Chicago)
2/24 no meeting
3/10 Jason Bridges (University of Chicago). “The Search for the Essence of Human Language in Wittgenstein and Davidson.”