The Lisbon Wittgenstein Group (LWG) is a research platform within the Nova Institute of Philosophy (IFILNOVA), an excellence centre at the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities of the Nova University of Lisbon (FCSH/NOVA), funded by the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT). The purpose of the Lisbon Wittgenstein Group is to promote research on Wittgenstein’s thought and works, including his Nachlass, as well as on themes related to Wittgenstein’s philosophy which are on the agenda of contemporary philosophical debate. The Lisbon Wittgenstein Group hosts doctoral and postdoctoral projects, supporting applications for individual grants, and develops collective projects in collaboration with international institutions and partners. Conferences, lectures, seminars and workshops are regularly organized by the Lisbon Wittgenstein Group, which will host the 6 th Symposium of the International Ludwig Wittgenstein Society (ILWG) in 2017, devoted to the topic “Wittgenstein and Applied Epistemology”.
Nuno Venturinha, PhD (Ass. Professor, Director)
Maria Inês Barão, MA (PhD candidate)
Pedro Bergheim, BA (Graduate student)
Vanessa D. Latansio, MA (PhD candidate, Fellow of the State University of Santa Cruz)
António Marques, PhD (Professor)
Cristina Murra, MA (PhD candidate)
António C. Pais, MA (PhD candidate)
Luís Miguel Simões, MA (PhD candidate, Fellow of FCT)
Maria Joana Vilela, MA (PhD candidate)
Robert G. Vinten, MA (PhD candidate, Fellow of FCT)
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