6 June 2017, Aud. 1, TB
9:15-9:45 – Welcome and Introduction
Francisco Caramelo, Dean of FCSH/NOVA
António Marques, Director of IFILNOVA
Stefan Majetschak, President of the International Ludwig Wittgenstein Society (ILWG), University of Kassel
9:45-10:30 – Wittgenstein and Science
Andrew Lugg (University of Ottawa)
10:30-11:15 – Knowing our own Body? Wittgenstein and the Epistemology of Bodily Awareness
Marco Brusotti (Technical University of Berlin / University of Salento)
11:15-11:45 – Coffee Break
11:45-12:15 – Later Wittgenstein and the Genealogy of Mathematical Necessity
Sorin Bangu (University of Bergen)
12:15-12:45 – Jokes and Proofs
Kim-Erik Berts (Åbo Akademi University)
12:45-13:15 – The Case for a Feminist Hinge Epistemology
Natalie Alana Ashton (University of Vienna)
13:15-14:30 – Lunch Break
14:30-15:00 – Art Never Ended: Using Wittgenstein against the Epistemological Consequences of Danto’s Claim
Carla Carmona (University of Extremadura)
15:00-15:30 – Beyond Quietism. Skeptical Practice and a Performative Account of Understanding
Rico Gutschmidt (Technical University of Dresden / University of Chicago)
15:30-16:00 – Wittgenstein on Aesthetic and Psychoanalytical Explanations
Linus Lutz (Technical University of Berlin)
16:00-16:30 – Music Performance Games - A Wittgensteinian Approach to Knowledge in Music Performance applied in three Case Studies
Tom Eide Osa (University of Bergen)
16:30-17:00 – Coffee Break
17:00-17:45 – Philosophy as Applied Ethics
João Vergílio Cuter (University of São Paulo)
17:45-18:30 – Religious Belief and Experience
Vicente Sanfélix (University of Valencia) & Chon Tejedor (University of Hertfordshire)
18:30-19:00 – Book Launch
Wittgenstein and Pragmatism: On Certainty in the Light of Peirce and James (Palgrave Macmillan, December 2016), by Anna Boncompagni
20:00 – Dinner
7 June 2017, Aud. 1, TB
09:15-10:00 – United in a Community of Life: Wittgenstein and Moral Epistemology
Constantine Sandis (University of Hertfordshire)
10:00-10:45 – What is wrong about the Psychologist’s Concern with the Mind?
Michel Le Du (University of Strasbourg)
10:45-11:15 – Coffee Break
11:15-11:45 – When World Pictures collide. Hinges, Prejudice and Epistemic Injustice
Anna Boncompagni (University of Florence)
11:45-12:15 – The Other between Me and the World: Wittgenstein and Linguistic Training
Moira De Iaco (University of Salento)
12:15-12:45 – James and the Early Wittgenstein: Logic, Epistemology and the Self
Balbina Ferrando Bagán (University of Valencia)
12:45-13:15 – Mind the Gap: Framing the Problem of the Unbridgeable Ontological Gap between the World and our Private Experiences in Wittgensteinian Terms
Nara Miranda de Figueiredo (University of São Paulo)
13:15-14:30 – Lunch Break
14:30-15:00 – “Moral Certainty”: What does Wittgenstein’s Later Philosophy say about Moral Knowledge?
Svetlana Bardina (Moscow School of Social and Economic Sciences)
15:00-15:30 – How is Moral Knowledge possible?
Florian Franken Figueiredo (State University of Campinas)
15:30-16:00 – The Epistemology Behind the Evidence: A Contextualist Approach to the Standard of Proof in Criminal Adjudication
Kyriakos N. Kotsoglou (Liverpool Hope University)
16:00-16:30 – Coffee Break
16:30-17:15 – The ever-present Temptation of answering the Skeptic
Sofia Miguens (University of Porto)
17:15-18:00 – Beliefs-in-a-Vat
Genia Schönbaumsfeld (University of Southampton)
18:00 – Closing Remarks
Nuno Venturinha, Scientific Organizer (IFILNOVA)
Alois Pichler (University of Bergen)
António Marques, What We Owe to Each Other (excerpt)
Giovanni Damele, "On the Rationality of Democratic Choice"
Erich Rast, "How to accept the transitivity of better than"
Wagner Teles de Oliveira
Maria Filomena Molder
Nuno Venturinha's Description of Situations
Knowledge, Morality and Society
Filipe Faria, "The New Darwinian Naturalism in Political Theory"
Vicente Sanfélix Vidarte (University of Valencia)
Pedro Abreu, "Deliberation and agreement"
Javier de Prado Salas, "Moral Testimony"
Schedule for the 2018/2019 sessions
Giovanni Damele, "Another Italian thought: elite theory and political realism"
Erich Rast, "Value Disagreement and Two Aspects of Meaning"
John Gibbons, "Things That Make Things Reasonable"
Santoni de Sio
Gilbert Harman, "Moral Realism is Moral Relativism"
Berit Brogaard, "Moral Contextualism and Moral Relativism"
Ronald de Sousa, "Moral Emotions"
Uriah Kriegel, "Moral Phenomenology: Foundational issues"
Introduction to "A Treatise of Human Nature", D. Hume
"The Force of Law", F. Schauer
"The Priority of Democracy to Philosophy", R. Rorty
Terry Eagleton - Marx and Morality