2020 Wittgenstein and Traditional German Philosophy
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Call-Bezeichnung: Call for Papers
Ort: Tokyo Metropolitan University, Minami-Osawa campus
Ende: 12.04.2020 --:--
Veranstaltende Institution: Tokyo Metropolitan University
What can be done by comparing between one philosopher and another? We aim to create a new basis for discussion, and to bridge the gap between Wittgenstein and traditional German philosophers.
Two workshops have been held in Europe on ‘Hegel and Wittgenstein’. You can see the result in the collected papers ‘Wittgenstein and Hegel --Reevaluation of Difference’, where the experts of a particular philosopher explore the possibilities of a philosophical discussion beyond their professional frameworks. This Tokyo workshop can be called an extra edition of the workshops in Europe. Feel free to join and create new connections between people, between a philosopher and another philosopher, and between words and words.
This workshop is not only about Wittgenstein and traditional German philosophy. It's also a partnership between Asian and European philosophers. From Japan, Professor Taiju Okochi (Kyoto University, Kyoto) will participate as an invited speaker. From Europe, Ph.D. Alexander Berg (TU Dresden), the organizer of the previous workshops, and Professor Jakub Mácha (Masaryk University, Brno), who worked with Alexander Berg to compile the collected papers. Let's share the reality of philosophizing with us in Tokyo.
The organizers of the workshop in Tokyo is Saori Makino (Chiba University, Chiba), a Wittgenstein researcher, and Shuhei Kimoto (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Tokyo), a Hegel researcher. We will make every effort for the success of the workshop.
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