Schedule

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Thursday, 15.09.2016
(NIG, 3D)

17:00–17:15

Friedrich Stadler & Dejan Makovec (University of Vienna)
Opening address

17:15–18:45

Craige Roberts & Stewart Shapiro (Ohio State University)
Open-texture, analyticity, model theory, and natural language semantics

Friday, 16.09.2016
(Campus (“Altes AKH”), Aula 1.11)

09:00–10:00

Eugen Fischer (University of East Anglia)
Linguistic Legislation and Psycholinguistic Experiments: Developing Waismann’s Approach

10:10–11:10

Juha Manninen (University of Helsinki)
The “Diktat für Schlick”, Presented by Waismann for Schlick’s Circle Early in 1935.

11:20–12:00

Stefan Goltzberg (Université libre de Bruxelles)
How useful is Talmudic reasoning to cast light on Waismann’s verifiability notion?

12:00–13:30

Lunch Break

13:30–14:10

Odai AL Zoubi (University of East Anglia)
Open concepts and family concepts: Austin, Wittgenstein and Waismann

14:10–14:50

Mirja Hartimo (Norwegian University of Life Sciences)
Friedrich Waismann and Edmund Husserl's philosophy

15:00–16:00

Edouard Machery (University of Pittsburgh)
Open texture and conceptual analysis

16:10–17:10

Graham Priest (City University of New York)
Waismann on Fiction and its Objects

17:15–18:45

24th Vienna Circle Lecture 2016
Thomas Oberdan (Clemson University)
“Our Common Method” in “Logik, Sprache, Philosophie”
(Chair: Friedrich Stadler)

Saturday, 17.09.2016
(Campus (“Altes AKH”), Aula 1.11)

09:00–10:00

Radek Schuster (University of West Bohemia)
From Language Games to Language Strata: Waismann’s Emancipation from Wittgenstein

10:10–11:10

Ulrike Heuer (University of Leeds)
Motives and Interpretation

11:20-12:00

Géza Kállay (Eötvös Loránd University)
“I wanted to hear your judgement”: Waismann, Kafka and Wittgenstein on the Power and Powerlessness of Language

12:00-13:30

Lunch Break

13:30–14:10

Qiang Xu (Wuhan University)
Language Strata: Development and Wittgenstein’s Influence

14:10-14:50

Sergei Kasatkin (Samara Academy of Humanities & Samara Law Institute of FPS of Russia)
“Open Texture” in Law and Philosophy: Hart and Waismann

15:00–16:00

Brian Bix (University of Minnesota Law School)
Waismann, Wittgenstein, Hart, and Beyond: The Developing Idea of the ‘Open Texture’ of Language and Law

16:10–17:10

Frederick Schauer (University of Virginia)
Waismann, Language Strata, and the Problem of Technical Language