Harvard Workshop in European Philosophy: Heidegger and Wittgenstein

On Friday Dec. 10 Harvard will host a day-long workshop on Heidegger and Wittgenstein. You can download the conference flier here. This is the schedule:

10:00am   OPENING REMARKS
10:15-11:15am   MICHAEL ROSEN AND PETER GORDON (Harvard) – European Philosophy in the Early Twentieth Century: a discussion
11:45-1:00pm   EDWARD MINAR (University of Arkansas) – “Understanding the Being of the Philosophical ‘We’: Thoughts on Wittgenstein, Heidegger, and Idealism”
Chair: SEAN KELLY (Harvard)
1:00-2:15pm   LUNCH BREAK
2:15-3:45pm ANDREAS ELPIDOROU (Boston University) – “The Epistemology of Moods Revisited”
EYLEM ÖZALTUN (Harvard) – “Non-cognitivism and the critique of traditional metaphysics in Wittgenstein and Heidegger”
4:15-5:30pm   MAX DE GAYNESFORD (University of Reading) – “Mineness and Meanness in Heidegger and Wittgenstein”
Chair: RICHARD MORAN (Harvard)
5:30-6:00pm  RECEPTION
6:00pm  DINNER

The workshop will be held in the Belfer Case Room (Concourse Level) in CGIS South (1730 Cambridge St, Cambridge MA). Anyone wishing to attend the workshop dinner should email Bernardo Zacka: bzacka at fas dot harvard dot edu.

-B.D.

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