29th International Wittgenstein Symposium 2006

Kirchberg am Wechsel, 6 - 12 of August 2006

Cultures: Conflict - Analysis - Dialog

Scientific Organizers:
Georg Gasser, Christian Kanzian, Edmund Runggaldier (University of Innsbruck)

Sections:
1. Wittgenstein
2. Intercultural Dialog from the Perspective of Logic and Philosophy of Language
3. Theory of Action and Theory of Decision Making
4. Intercultural Philosophy
5. (Social-)Ethical Aspects of the Intercultural Dialog
6. Rational Structures of World views

Workshops:
How successful is naturalism?
Substance and Attribute: Western and Islamic Philosophy in Dialogue

Invited Speakers
Krzysztof Abriszewski (Thorun)
Lynne Rudder Baker (Massachusetts)
Eva Binczyk (Thorun)
Andreas Blank (Tel Aviv)
Johannes Brandl (Salzburg)
Aleksandra Derra (Thorun)
Amir Divani (Mofid University)
Christoph Durt (München)
Arnold Eckhart (Düsseldorf)
Muhammad Fana’ie Eshkavari (Qom)
Maurizio Ferraris (Turin)
Eveline Goodman-Thau (Buchen/Odenwals)
Boris Gubman (Tver)
Peter Hacker (Oxford)
Jennifer Hornsby (London)
John Hyman (Oxford)
Hans-Herbert Kögler (Florida)
Hans Kraml (Innsbruck)
Marion Ledwig (Stockholm)
Mohammad Legenhausen (Qom)
Michael Loux (Notre Dame)
Avishai Margalit (Jerusalem)
Elisabeth Meilhammer (Jena)
Ulrich Metschl (München)
Nancy Murphy (Los Angeles)
Susan Neiman (Potsdam)
Shahram Pazouki (Teheran)
Alice Pechriggl (Klagenfurt)
Bernhard Pörksen (Köln)
Michael Rea (Notre Dame)
Patrick Riordan (Dublin)
Richard Rorty (Stanford)
Hans Rott (Regensburg)
Gerhard Schurz (Düsseldorf)
Geo Siegwart (Greifswald)
Barry Smith (Buffalo/Saarbrücken)
Erwin Tegtemeier (Mannheim)
Gerhard Vollmer (Braunschweig)
D. v. Wachter (München)
Christian H. Wenzel (Taiwan/Stanford)
Franz Wimmer (Wien)
Kwasi Wiredu (Tampa)
Leo Zaibert (Wisconsin)

Documents: Abstracts   Program