Wittgenstein’s lectures, Cambridge 1930-1933: text and context

May 18, 2015 - May 22, 2015
Obermann Center for Advanced Studies, University of Iowa

111 Church Street
Iowa City 52240
United States

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Thomas Baldwin
University of York, UK
Anat Biletzki
Quinnipiac University
William Child
Oxford University
Gabriel Citron
Yale University
João Cuter
University of São Paulo
Mauro Engelmann
iversity of Minas Gerais
Juliet Floyd
Boston University
Richard Fumerton
University of Iowa
Warren Goldfarb
Harvard University
Virginia Tech
Gregory Landini
University of Iowa
Mathieu Marion
University of Montreal
Volker A. Munz
Alois Pichler
Bergen University
Thomas Ricketts
University of Pittsburgh
Brian Rogers
Stanford University
Hans Dieter Sluga
University of California, Berkeley
David Stern
University of Iowa


David Stern
The University of Iowa

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Anyone is welcome to attend paper presentations, which will take place each morning from Monday May 18 to Friday May 22, and there will be no registration fee. However, as papers will be distributed in advance, and presenters will only speak for a few minutes to open the discussion of their papers, pre-registration is required, so that we can provide advance access to the symposium papers, and plan accordingly. Further information about pre-registration, travel to Iowa City, and accommodations in the area will be provided once a program with paper titles has been posted, which will be by December 1, 2014.  For more information, contact seminar director, Professor David Stern at [email protected].

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