15th to 17th of September 2016 in Vienna, Austria
Free attendance, but please register at waismann2016.philo@univie.ac.at

Friedrich Waismann (left) with Olaf Helmer in Cambridge (UK) 1938 © Nachlass Rudolf Carnap, Pittsburgh.

The Institute Vienna Circle (Friedrich Stadler) and the Vienna Forum for Analytic Philosophy (Dejan Makovec), together with the Hans Kelsen Institute and the ERC-Project “The Emergence of Relativism” host a three-day conference on Friedrich Waismann to take place in Vienna from the 15th to the 17th of September 2016. Waismann was a citizen of two worlds, the Vienna Circle before his emigration and the Oxonian ordinary language philosophy after his emigration, and came to be a prolific critic of both. Inspired by a first successful conference on Waismann –“Causality and Logical Positivism”, Vienna 2010 – the aim of this conference is to discuss the currency and variety of Waismann’s contributions to the field.

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24th Vienna Circle Lecture
Friday, 17:15–18:45
THOMAS OBERDAN (Clemson University)

This event was kindly supported by

Institut Wiener Kreis
Wiener Forum für Analytische Philosophie
Hans Kehlsen-Institut
The Emergence of Relativism
Gesellschaft für Analytische Philosophie