Program

The videos of the lectures will be made available for 48 hours next week. Information will follow

  • Thursday, June 10, 2021

16.30 (CEST) Opening

Wilfried Datler  (Dean, Faculty of Philosophy and Education, University of Vienna)
Friedrich Stadler (Director, Vienna Circle Society and Permanent Fellow, Institute Vienna Circle)


17.00 Opening Lecture
Joachim Schulte (Zürich, CH)
“Wittgenstein und Waismann über Sprachspiel und Sprache“
Chair: Friedrich Stadler

  • Friday, June 11, 2021


9.00 – 13.00 (CEST)
Chair: Iulian Toader

Postponed to Saturday 09:00 am: Massimo Ferrari
(Torino, IT)
"After the Tractatus: Schlick and Wittgenstein on Ethics and Religion"

9:15-10:45 Cheryl Misak (Toronto, CA)
“Wittgenstein, Ramsey, and the Vienna Circle”

11:00 Michael Potter (Cambridge, UK)
“Wittgenstein’s Phenomenological Phase“
Please download PDF

12:00 Thomas Uebel (Manchester, UK)
“Wittgenstein and the Variety of Vienna Circles”


14.00-16.00 (CEST)
Chair: Karl Sigmund

14:00 James C. Klagge (Blacksburg, USA)
Tractatus in Context”
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15:00 Juliet Floyd (Boston, USA)
“Truth in Early Wittgenstein and Gödel”

abgesagt / cancelled: 16:00 Thomas Ricketts (Pittsburgh, USA)
(Tractatus and the Vienna Circle)

 

19:00 (CEST)
Marjorie Perloff (Stanford, USA):
„Die verschwundene Austromoderne nach 1938“

Livestream: https://www.facebook.com/WienerVorlesung

https://vorlesungen.wien.gv.at/wittgenstein/

Anschließendes Gespräch mit Friedrich Stadler

 

 

  • Saturday, June 12, 2021

09:00-10:00 (CEST)
Chair Friedrich Stadler
Change of program due to the postponement of Friday

09:00-10:00  Massimo Ferrari (Torino, IT)
"After the Tractatus: Schlick and Wittgenstein on Ethics and Religion"

 

10.00 – 13.00 (CEST)
Chair: Esther Ramharter

10:00 Roman Sandgruber (Linz, AUT)
"Wittgenstein und Rothschild - Die zwei bekanntesten und reichsten Familien der Habsburgermonarchie im Jahr 1910"

11:00 Nicole Immler (Utrecht, NL)
“The Wittgensteins – A Meta-biographical Approach”

12:00 Alois Pichler (Bergen, NO)
Changed title of lecture “Tractatus Digital Archives Research ”  
Some ways of using the Bergen Wittgenstein Archives’ resources and tools
for Tractatus Nachlass research
With an addendum on how computational ontology can be utilized for researching the Vienna Circle’s reception of the Tractatus
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14.00 – 19.00 (CEST)
Chair: Friedrich Stadler

14:00 Marjorie Perloff (Stanford, USA)
“In Search of the Redeeming Word:  Wittgenstein’s Private Notebooks
1914-1916 and the Evolution of the Tractatus

15:00 John Preston (Reading, UK)
„Natural-scientific Laws in the Tractatus and Schlick”

16:00 Richard Creath (Tempe, USA)
“Plagiarism!: Wittgenstein Against Carnap”


Closing Lecture
18:00 Hans Sluga (Berkeley, USA)
"Möglichkeit und Notwendigkeit im Tractatus



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