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Programme of the 43rd International Wittgenstein Symposium
You can find the updated programme of this year’s symposium here.
COVID-19 RULES AT THE 43rd INTERNATIONAL WITTGENSTEIN SYMPOSIUM
The best protection against variants of the COVID-19 virus is to avoid contact with infected persons and suspected cases, to keep your distance and to wash your hands more often (hand disinfection if necessary).
FFP2 masks must be worn indoors in the conference centre at all times during the symposium.
Exceptions are made for team members, lecturers (while presenting) and participants (while speaking during discussions).
If you experience flu-like symptoms during the symposium week, you must inform us immediately (ideally by telephone). Due to the fact that we cannot enforce the legally required security measures and traffic restrictions for Covid-infected persons in our area of operation and since vulnerable groups of people are present at the symposium, a person who has tested positive cannot continue to participate in the event.
We understand these measures as protection of all participants of the symposium.
Abstracts of the 43rd International Wittgenstein Symposium
You can download the abstracts-leaflet of this year’s symposium here.
Call for Registration: MODERNISM 1922 – CELEBRATING DISTINCTIONS
Free online event from September 14–17, 2022.
The conference Modernism 1922: Celebrating Distinctions honours 1922 as annus mirabilis for modernism, from many different perspectives. It aims to uncover new views on what set the 1922 modernist events apart, but also on how they compare and impacted each other, e.g., with regard to art ideology, aesthetics, philosophy, religion, …
Keynote speakers are: Clare Hutton (Loughborough University), James C. Klagge (Virginia Tech.), Philomeen Lelieveldt (Netherlands Music Institute) and Michael North (UCLA).
Further information and a link to register free of charge for this online conference: Modernism_1922.
Virtual Guided Tour “100 Jahre Wittgensteins Tractatus”
Our next International Ludwig Wittgenstein Symposium on PLATONISM will take place from August 7 – 13, 2022.
The 13th Ludwig Wittgenstein Summer School will take place from August 2 – 6, 2022.
Hans-Johann Glock (UZH, Zurich) and John Hyman (UCL, London) will lead the Summer School on the topic of AGENCY, CAUSATION AND NORMATIVITY.
Our centennial symposium on Wittgenstein’s Tractatus has been moved to August 6 – 12, 2023.
The 14th Ludwig Wittgenstein Summer School will precede it from August 1 – 5, 2023.