Wittgenstein and the formal sciences 3
Wednesday – January 10, 2024
A Zoom meeting to celebrate the World Logic Day 2024 (which is actually a few days later)
= Call for registration:
We are organizing a one-day online workshop to commemorate the World Logic Day.
Registration is free of charge and everybody is welcome to attend. To receive the zoom link, please see the homepage for further information. Or go directly to the google form:
Ásgeir Berg (University of Iceland)
Felix Mühlhölzer (Universität Göttingen)
Kai Michael Buttner (Universidad del Norte)
Hans-Johann Glock (Universität Zürich)
Mikkel Willum Johannsen (University of Copenhagen)
Wei Zeng (Nagoya University)
== World Logic Day
This event is part of the celebration of world logic day. If you would like to contribute an event as well, please see http://wld.cipsh.international/organise_event.html for further information.
Ludwig Wittgenstein, despite being one of the most influential philosophers of the 20th Century, is often perceived as confusing and misunderstood. Furthermore, in spite of Wittgenstein’s belief that his most important work was his philosophy of mathematics, his work on it is generally more unknown than the rest. Given the potential of his work in areas like the philosophy of mathematical practice, ethnomathematics, and even the development of AI, this workshop aims at discussing it and raising its visibility.
Mail: jose.antonio.perez.escobar (at ) ens.psl.eu / or Deniz.Sarikaya (at) vub.be
Jose Antonio Perez Escobar (ESN Paris) & Deniz Sarikaya (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)