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AISB event Bulletin Item

34th International Wittgenstein Symposium, 7-13 August 2011, Austria

http://www.alws.at/
Contact: alws@aon.at

Kirchberg am Wechsel, Lower Austria Epistemology: Contexts, Values, Disagreement Scientific Direction: Christoph Jger & Winfried Lffler (Innsbruck)

Sections:
1. Wittgenstein
2. Contextualism and Invariantism
3. Epistemic Virtues
4. The Value of Knowledge
5. Testimony and Related Issues in Social Epistemology 6. Disagreement and Epistemic Peerhood

Speakers include: Peter Baumann (Philadelphia), Elke Brendel (Bonn), Joachim Bromand (Bonn),Georg Brun (Zurich), Stewart Cohen (Tucson), Wayne Davis (Washington), Catherine Elgin (Cambridge, MA), Gerhard Ernst (Stuttgart), Eugen Fischer (Norwich), Sanford Goldberg (Evanston), Alvin Goldman (New Brunswick), John Greco (St. Louis), Thomas Grundmann (Cologne), Edward Harcourt (Oxford), Christopher Hookway (Sheffield), Andreas Kemmerling (Heidelberg), Michael Kober (Freiburg), Nikola Kompa (Bern), Dirk Koppelberg, Berlin), Andreas Koritensky (Paderborn), Hilary Kornblith (Amherst), Martin Kusch (Vienna), Jennifer Lackey (Evanston), Nenad Mi?čević, (Budapest), Katherine Munn (Oxford), Bruno Niederbacher (Innsbruck), Erik Olsson (Lund), Christian Piller (York), Duncan Pritchard (Edinburgh), Richard Raatzsch (Wiesbaden), Wayne Riggs (Oklahoma), Hans Rott (Regensburg), Sebastian Schmoranzer (Cologne), Oliver Scholz (Mnster), Severin Schroeder (Reading), Gerhard Schurz (Dsseldorf), Nicholas Shackle (Cardiff), Mark Siebel (Oldenburg), Miriam Solomon (Philadelphia), Marcus Werning (Bochum), Marcus Willaschek (Frankfurt), Meredith Williams (Baltimore)

Conference languages: English and German

Deadline for paper submissions: 30 April 2011 Final date for registration: 20 July 2011 For registration forms, instructions for authors and information on travel and accommodation please visit http://www.alws.at/ The Austrian Ludwig Wittgenstein Society Markt 63, A-2880 Kirchberg am Wechsel, Austria
Tel./Fax: +43 2641 2557