3rd Ludwig Wittgenstein Summer School 2011 (Peter Hacker, Joachim Schulte)

The International Ludwig Wittgenstein Institute (ILWI)

founded by ALWS

is pleased to announce the

3rd Ludwig Wittgenstein Summer School

3th – 6th August 2011
Kirchberg am Wechsel / Lower Austria

Ludwig Wittgenstein:

On Certainty

With:
Peter HACKER (Oxford)
Joachim SCHULTE (Zurich)

Scientific Organization: Volker MUNZ (Klagenfurt, ALWS)

Maximum number of participants: 40
Application deadline (registration and payment): 01 April 2011
Information concerning acceptance/non-acceptance: 30 April 2011 (Full reimbursement in case of non-acceptance)
Date of arrival: 2 August 2011
Accommodation will be organized by the ALWS and is located just opposite the conference centre. Private booking possible.
Summer school participants are invited to join the 34th International Wittgenstein Symposium:
Epistemology: Contexts, Values, Disagreement. Kirchberg am Wechsel, 7 - 13 of August 2011
at reduced fees.
Fees:
€ 220 including conference participation (€ 180 for ALWS members)
€ 180 summer school only (€ 150 for ALWS members).
Summer school fees can be reimbursed only until 15 June 2011 (minus € 20 handling charge).
(Refunding of later cancellation: € 110 / € 90; minus € 20 handling charge)
Payment of the fees includes:
* Free board and lodging during the summer school (dormitory)
* Certificate of participation (working load in ECTS points)
Required qualifications: The summer school is addressed to advanced university students in philosophy. Elementary knowledge of Wittgenstein’s philosophy is desirable. Applicants are asked to send a performance record and a 3-page preparatory essay on one or several remarks taken from On Certainty.
Further details concerning preparation (reading list), programme, etc. will be announced.
Teaching language: English

For registration please click here.

Please send your application documents to:
Volker A. Munz
Institut fuer Philosophie
Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt
Universitaetsstrasse 65-67
A-9020 KLAGENFURT
Email.

You can download the poster here.