28th International Wittgenstein Symposium 2005

Kirchberg am Wechsel, 7 - 13 of August 2005

Time and History

Scientific Organizers:
Friedrich Stadler (University of Vienna/Institute Vienna Circle) / Michael Stöltzner (University of Bielefeld)

Sections:
1. Wittgenstein
2. Philosophy of Time
3. Time and History
4. Time and Natural Sciences
5. Time in the Social and Cultural Sciences
6. Temporal Logics

Workshops:
The arrow of time: Chaos and Entropy
Einstein and Schlick on Space and Time

Invited Speakers
Peter C. Aichelburg (Vienna)
Miloš Arsenijevi? (Oslo)
Aleida Assman (Konstanz)
Jan Assman (Heidelberg)
Julian Barbour (South Newington)
Johan van Benthem (Amsterdam/Stanford)
Jeremy Butterfield (Oxford)
John Campbell (Berkeley)
John Earman (Pittsburgh)
Jan Faye (Copenhagen)
Georg Franck (Vienna)
Sergio Galvan (Milano)
Gerhard Grössing (Vienna)
Kelly Hamilton (Saint Mary’s, NotreDame)
Jaakko Hintikka (Boston)
Robin Le Poidevin (Leeds)
Gabriele Mras (Vienna)
Albert Müller (Vienna)Karl H. Müller (Vienna)
Thomas Müller (Bonn)
Wolfgang Müller-Funk (Vienna)
Herta Nagl-Docekal (Vienna)
J.C. Nyíri (Budapest)
L. Nathan Oaklander (Michigan-Flint)
Constanze Peres (Dresden)
John Perry (Stanford)
Huw Price (Sydney)
Edmund Runggaldier (Innsbruck)
Heinz Rupertsberger (Vienna)
Katia Saporiti (Zurich)
Richard Schrodt (Vienna)
Joachim Schulte (Bielefeld)
Antonia Soulez (Paris)
Christian Steininger (Salzburg)
Walter Thirring (Vienna)
Michael Tooley (Boulder)
Jos Uffink (Utrecht)
Peter Weibel (Karlsruhe)
Hans-JürgenWendel (Rostock)
Markus Werning (Düsseldorf)
Henrik Zinkernagel (Granada)

Documents: Program