Eingang_Mathematisches_Kolloquium

Programme

Venue
Marietta-Blau-Saal, University of Vienna

09.00
David Chalmers (NYU): “Conceptual Engineering and Verbal Disputes”

11.15: Coffee Break

11.30
Elizabeth Cantalamessa (University of Miami): “Who is disabled? Disability Studies, Verbal Disputes, and Metalinguistic Negotiation”

12.30: Lunch

13.45
Till Gallasch (Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf): “Chalmers’s Theory of Meaning and A priori Scrutability”

14.45: Coffee Break

15.00
Mirela Fus (University of St. Andrews, University of Oslo): “Towards a More Comprehensive Taxonomy of Conceptual Evaluation”

16.00: Coffee Break

16.15
Tomasz Wysocki (University of Pittsburgh): “Intensions and intuitions”

17.15: Coffee Break

17.30
Farbod Akhlaghi-Ghaffarokh (University of Oxford) & Quentin Pharr (University of St. Andrews/Stirling): “Aims, Methods, and Progress: A Sociological Explanation for Why There Isn’t More Progress in Analytic Philosophy”

18.30: End of the Workshop

19.30: Workshop Dinner at Universitätsbräu (Attendance only after registration with sophia.arbeiter@univie.ac.at)


Note: David Chalmers will also give the 26th Vienna Circle Lecture on June 19 2018. For more information see http://www.univie.ac.at/ivc/.