Tukholma

Welcome to Stockholm University, Sweden!

All those who are interested in Bakhtinian perspectives on dialogism are invited to attend the conference. We look forward to meeting you!

 

Aim of the Conference

The increased interest in the work of Mikhail Bakhtin among Western scholars has been particularly evident ever since the 1980s. Because of its erudition and versatility as well as its multidimensionality and open character, Bakhtin’s ideas about dialogism have been a source of inspiration for various approaches within different scientific fields.

 

The core of Bakhtin’s theory is dialogue and dialogicality, where the "I" and the "self", the "you" and the "other" are embedded in each other, affecting each other, and functioning together as a centrifugal force around which communication and life circles.

 

This interdisciplinary conference on Bakhtinian issues aims at addressing researchers, and, research on dialogue and dialogicality, within and between different academic disciplines.

 

Call for Papers
The program committee invites researchers to send proposals as a paper, a poster or a symposium. Proposals must be submitted electronically on the conference website. You will find all the instructions for submitting your proposal in the form. Please open and follow the directions:
www.nordiska.su.se/bakhtin2009

 

Paper
All papers accepted will be grouped in coordinated paper sessions and assigned a chair and a discussant selected by the program committee.

 

Poster
A poster session is allotted two hours and contains 4–6 presentations, including a discussion, led by a discussant selected by the program committee.

 

Symposium
A symposium is allotted one hour and a half and contains 3–4 paper presentations followed by 30 minutes of discussion, led by a discussant selected by the program committee.

 

Dates to Remember in 2009

January 31: Submissions for paper, poster or symposium proposals.
March 25: Notification of acceptance/rejection.
April 3: Deadline for registration.
June 3–5: Conference days.

 

Contact Us
About the conference: For more detailed information about the conference, visit our website:
www.nordiska.su.se/bakhtin2009


Whatever questions you have about the conference, do not hesitate to contact us:
- Karin Junefelt: karin.junefelt (at) nordiska.su.se
- Lena Geijer: lena.geijer (at) did.su.se

 

The Politics of Life: Michel Foucault and the Biopolitics of Modernity
Call for papers

Södertörn University College, Stockholm
September 3-5, 2009


Confirmed Speakers:
Thomas Lemke
Maurizio Lazzarato
Julian Reid
Boris Groys
Catherine Mills
Johanna Oksala
Frédéric Gros
Vikki Bell


Ever since the concepts of "biopolitics" and "biopower" appeared in the first volume of Michel Foucault's The History of Sexuality in 1976, they have continued to provoke responses. In 1976 Foucault picks up themes already developed in Discipline and Punish, and describes a shift in the structure of power that takes us from the epoch of sovereignty, in which the right of the ruler is to take life or let live, to the modern conception of power as a way to enhance, render productive, compose, maximize, and administer life. In some respects this is an undeniable progress toward a more "humane" world, but, as Foucault underlines, it also leads to a biological conception of politics. To exterminate the enemy, to expel the degenerate, the enemy of the people or the class from the social body in order to attain purity—all of this will become possible precisely because the body politic comes to be perceived as a living entity that must be attended to, and not just a source of disturbances that must be repressed.
 
Foucault’s research, which soon came to graft the concept of biopolitics onto the idea of a specifically modern idea of "governmentality", and then to the idea of "apparatus of security" — all of which also constitutes a self-critique with respect to the earlier "disciplinary" model—has been a major source of inspiration for philosophy, political science and gender studies, as well as in bioethics and analyses of security apparatuses and techniques of surveillance. Foucault's ideas have been critically extended in highly diverse ways, often taking them far beyond their initial formulations—all of which indicate the extent to which thinking with, through, beyond and perhaps also against the questions posed by Foucault has proved to be a fertile ground for research.
 
The conference takes its point of departure in the work of Foucault, but seeks to gather researchers from all relevant fields in assessing the applicability of his thought to the present, which undoubtedly also means to envisage the possibility of different and alternative futures. It offers a limited space for presentations of ongoing research (approximately 20 non-invited papers will be accepted). Sessions will be organized primarily around the following three general topics:

A) Body, gender, individuation
How has the question of biopolitics transformed the conceptualization of subjectivity, desire, and sexuality? How should we understand the processes of subject formation and of "subjectivation" in contemporary societies, in which medical and other technologies have come to increasingly determine our ideas of selfhood? What are the political and ethical issues involved in such an ongoing redefinition of subjectivity?
 
B) Surveillance, security, control
To what extent are Foucault’s analyses of surveillance and security apparatuses applicable today? Have we entered into a "society of control" (Deleuze), and if so, what are the challenges for current political theory and for the idea of resistance and for insurgent practices? What kind of techniques are today employed to survey, generate security, and control?
 
C) Architecture, urbanism, and the ordering of space
How should we understand biopolitics in architecture and urban space? Are emancipatory architectures and urbanisms possible, in a situation in which, as Hardt and Negri claim, the Metropolis has replaced the Factory as a spatial paradigm? Can the concept of "heterotopia" be useful for the development of spatial and urban strategies?
 

Send in your abstract of maximum 200 words, including information of affiliation and degree major to:
jakob.nilsson (at) mail.film.su.se

Deadline for abstract is May 15.

You will receive notice of acceptance/rejection by June 10.

If you wish to participate and not present a paper, it is also possible to register already now to the address above.
Conference participation is free of charge.

The conference is generously sponsored by the Baltic Sea Foundation and Södertörn University College.

For more information, contact Sven-Olov Wallenstein (sven-olov.wallenstein (at) sh.se)
 
Pragmatics, Semantics, and Systematicity

Workshop in Stockholm May 8-9 with among others Herman Cappelen, Robyn Carston, Stephen Neale, Francois Recanati och Deirdre Wilson.

http://people.su.se/~ppagin/Pragmasys09/Pragmasys.html
 
Vid Stockholms universitets filosofiska institution anordnas 29-30 maj 2009 en filosofikonferens för doktorander. Ytterligare information framgår av bifogade annonseringsblad (”Call for Papers” [cfp.pdf]). Vi ber ansvariga vid varje institution tillse att doktoranderna och andra intresserade nås av denna information. Skicka gärna informationen vidare till kollegor och kontakter utomlands.

Konferensen har följande webbadress:
www.philosophy.su.se/graduateconference09.htm

Frågor om konferensen kan skickas till:
stockholmgradconf (at) gmail.com

Andra skäl att komma till Stockholm denna helg inkluderar konferensen
Knowledge and Perception. Den konferensen äger rum 28 maj. Frågor om denna tillställning skickas till Peter Pagin.

Å planeringsgruppens vägnar,
Henrik Ahlenius
 
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We invite submissions of papers by graduate students to a conference, hosted on May 29-30, 2009, by the Stockholm University Philosophy Department. Please see the attached Call for Papers [cfp.pdf]for further information. A web page is also up and running:
www.philosophy.su.se/graduateconference09.htm

Send your questions to:
stockholmgradconf (at) gmail.com

Pass this on to anyone you think might be interested or who is in a position to pass it on to those who are.

On behalf of the organizing committee,
Henrik Ahlenius
 

Welcome to Stockholm University, Sweden!

All those who are interested in Bakhtinian perspectives on dialogism are invited to attend the conference. We look forward to meeting you!

 

Aim of the Conference

The increased interest in the work of Mikhail Bakhtin among Western scholars has been particularly evident ever since the 1980s. Because of its erudition and versatility as well as its multidimensionality and open character, Bakhtin’s ideas about dialogism have been a source of inspiration for various approaches within different scientific fields.

 

The core of Bakhtin’s theory is dialogue and dialogicality, where the "I" and the "self", the "you" and the "other" are embedded in each other, affecting each other, and functioning together as a centrifugal force around which communication and life circles.

 

This interdisciplinary conference on Bakhtinian issues aims at addressing researchers, and, research on dialogue and dialogicality, within and between different academic disciplines.

 

Call for Papers
The program committee invites researchers to send proposals as a paper, a poster or a symposium. Proposals must be submitted electronically on the conference website. You will find all the instructions for submitting your proposal in the form. Please open and follow the directions:
www.nordiska.su.se/bakhtin2009

 

Paper
All papers accepted will be grouped in coordinated paper sessions and assigned a chair and a discussant selected by the program committee.

 

Poster
A poster session is allotted two hours and contains 4–6 presentations, including a discussion, led by a discussant selected by the program committee.

 

Symposium
A symposium is allotted one hour and a half and contains 3–4 paper presentations followed by 30 minutes of discussion, led by a discussant selected by the program committee.

 

Dates to Remember in 2009

January 31: Submissions for paper, poster or symposium proposals.
March 25: Notification of acceptance/rejection.
April 3: Deadline for registration.
June 3–5: Conference days.

 

Contact Us
About the conference: For more detailed information about the conference, visit our website:
www.nordiska.su.se/bakhtin2009


Whatever questions you have about the conference, do not hesitate to contact us:
- Karin Junefelt: karin.junefelt (at) nordiska.su.se
- Lena Geijer: lena.geijer (at) did.su.se

 

The 2008 Rolf Schock Prize Symposium in Logic and Philosophy
Tuesday 21 October 2008, 10.30 - 17.00

The 2008 Rolf Schock laureate in logic and philosophy, Thomas Nagel, has made important contributions to many areas within philosophy, especially the philosophy of mind, epistemology, metaphysics and political philosophy. This symposium in honor of Thomas Nagel will especially focus on some central themes in his thinking, namely what it means to have reasons for beliefs and for actions, and the possibility to reduce all knowledge to science.

Tuesday 21 October

10.30 ”Realism about Reasons"
Thomas Scanlon, Harvard University, U.S.A
12.00 Lunch
13.30 ”Motivation”.
John Broome, Oxford University, U.K
15.00 Coffee
15.30 "Antireductionism and the Natural Order"
Thomas Nagel, New York University, U.S.A

No registration is required to attend the symposium. Lunch will be at the participants own expense.

If you have any questions regarding the symposium please contact Programcoordinator Astrid Auraldsson (08-673 96 19, astrid (at) kva.se)
More information about the Rolf Schock Prize can be found on www.kva.se
under prizes.

Welcome!

The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences,
Lilla Frescativ. 4A, Stockholm
Box 50005, 104 05 Stockholm
Tel: 08-673 95 00, Fax: 08-15 56 70
E-post: info (at) kva.se, Webbplats: www.kva.se
 
Translating Hegel:

The Phenomenology of Spirit and Modern Philosophy


Conference at the Goethe Institute, Stockholm

September 5-7, 2008
 

What is the place of Hegel's philosophy, in particular, his main work, The Phenomenology of Spirit, in contemporary thought? Should we "translate" the concepts of German Idealism - subject, substance, spirit, negativity, to name but a few - into modern terms, and if so, which terms would be the most relevant: phenomenology, deconstruction, critical theory, analytical philosophy? Or does such a translation in fact amount to a flattening of historical depth, a foreshortening of perspective that deprives thought of its productive distance and difference in relation to the present? Could "translating" in fact be taken as something other than a mere transposition of one vocabulary into another, i.e., can it allow for a kind of transformation of both the present and the past?

 

The conference brings together eminent Hegel scholars from Germany, the U.S., France, Finland, and Sweden, and is taking place on the occasion of the publication of the first Swedish translation of Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit, by Brian Manning Delaney and Sven-Olov Wallenstein, to be

published by Thales.
 

Friday

 

6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

On Hegel's Claim that Self-Consciousness is 'Desire in General' ('Begierde überhaupt')

Robert Pippin (Chicago)

 

Saturday


10:00 - 11:00

The Self-Consciousness of Consciousness Walter Jaeschke (Bochum) 

11:00 - 12:00

Hegel's Theory of Freedom Terry Pinkard (Georgetown)

1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.

From Finite Thinking to Infinite Spirit: How to Encounter Hegel after Heidegger's Translation?

Susanna Lindberg (Helsinki) 

2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit: Some Problems and Perspectives

Carl-Göran Heidegren (Lund)

3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

The Place of Art in the Phenomenology

Sven-Olov Wallenstein (Stockholm) 

 

Sunday


10:00-11:00

Understanding as Translation: How to Read Hegel's Phenomenology of  Spirit

Pirmin Stekeler-Weithofer (Leipzig) 

11:00-12:00

From Gewissheit to Infinity

Staffan Carlshamre (Stockholm)

1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Hegel and Exposure

Victoria Fareld (Gothenburg) 

2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Title to be announced

Brian Manning Delaney (Stockholm)

3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

French Losses in Translating Hegel: A Heuristic Benefit?

Jean-Pierre Lefebvre (Paris) 

 

Sponsored by the Goethe Institute, Instituto Cervantes, Södertörn University College, the Foundation for Baltic and East European Studies (Östersjöstiftelsen), and the Swedish Hegel Society.

 

Free admission. The number of seats is limited. In order to guarantee a place, please email:

hegel (at) stockholm.goethe.org

 

Goethe-Institut, Bryggargatan 12 A, Stockholm.

Metro: T-centralen

Map: http://tinyurl.com/562tbh

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Att översätta Hegel

Andens fenomenologi och den moderna filosofin

 

Symposium på Goethe-Institutet, Stockholm

5-7 september, 2008

 

Vilken plats har Hegels filosofi, och hans huvudverk Andens fenomenologi, i det samtida tänkandet? Ska vi "översätta" den tyska idealismens begrepp - subjekt, substans, ande, negativitet, för att bara nämna några - till en modern vokabulär, och vilken är i så fall den mest relevanta: fenomenologi, dekonstruktion, kritisk teori, analytisk filosofi? Eller innebär ett sådant översättande en förlust av historiskt djup och perspektiv som berövar tänkandet dess produktiva avstånd och skillnad i förhållande till nuet? Kan "översättande" uppfattas på ett annat sätt än som att överföra en vokabulär till en annan, kan det möjliggöra en förvandling både av nuet och det förflutna?


Konferensen sammanför framstående Hegelforskare från Tyskland, USA, Frankrike, Finland och Sverige, och organiseras i samband med publikationen av den första svenska översättningen av Andens fenomenologi, av Brian Manning Delaney och Sven-Olov Wallenstein, som publiceras på

Thales.
 

Fredag

18.00-19.00

On Hegel's Claim that Self-Consciousness is 'Desire in General' ('Begierde überhaupt')

Robert Pippin (Chicago)

 

Lördag 

10.00-11.00

The Self-Consciousness of Consciousness

Walter Jaeschke (Bochum)

11.00-12.00

Hegel's Theory of Freedom

Terry Pinkard (Georgetown)

13.00-14.00

From Finite Thinking to Infinite Spirit: How to Encounter Hegel after Heidegger's Translation?

Susanna Lindberg (Helsinki)

14.00-15.00

Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit: Some Problems and Perspectives

Carl-Göran Heidegren (Lund)

15.30-16.30

The Place of Art in the Phenomenology

Sven-Olov Wallenstein (Stockholm)

 

Söndag

10.00-11.00

Understanding as Translation: How to Read Hegel's Phenomenology of  Spirit

Pirmin Stekeler-Weithofer (Leipzig)

11.00-12.00

From Gewissheit to Infinity

Staffan Carlshamre (Stockholm)

13.00-14.00

Hegel and Exposure

Victoria Fareld (Göteborg)

14.00-15.00

Title to be announced

Brian Manning Delaney (Stockholm)

15.30-16.30

French Losses in Translating Hegel: A Heuristic Benefit?

Jean-Pierre Lefebvre (Paris)

 

Med stöd av Goethe-Institutet, Instituto Cervantes, Södertörns högskola, Östersjöstiftelsen och Svenska Hegelsällskapet.

 

Språk: engelska. Fritt inträde. Obs: antalet platser är begränsat, för garanterad plats anmäl er på

hegel (at) stockholm.goethe.org

 

Goethe-Institutet, Bryggargatan 12A, Stockholm.

Tunnelbana T-centralen

Karta: http://tinyurl.com/562tbh

 

 

CODEX AND CODE:

AESTHETICS, LANGUAGE AND POLITICS IN AN AGE OF DIGITAL MEDIA

(NorLit 2009)

Stockholm, August 6-9, 2009


The Nordic Association for Comparative Literature (NorLit) organizes every two years an international scholarly conference. The aim of NorLit is to develop the study of Comparative Literature through Nordic collaboration both in its own discipline and in Modern Language and Cultural studies. The next conference will take place in Stockholm, August 6-9, 2009. The conference is organized by the Department of Comparative Literature, Stockholm University, the Department of Communication and Culture, Södertörn University College, and the School of Computer Science and Communication, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm.

The theme for the meeting is ”Codex and Code: Aesthetics, Language and Politics in an Age of Digital Media”. The conference venue is the Royal Institute of Technology. The conference languages are the Nordic languages and English.

The conference wants to stimulate interdisciplinary scholarly research of the literary in a broad sense. We addresse ourselves to scholars in Comparataive Literature and in Classical and Modern Languages, Aesthetics, Media and Communication studies, Film and Theatre studies, Philosophy and adjacent disciplines. We want to encourage a discussion of how literary studies respond to the ongoing changes in media and technology, politics and economy. Many argue that the Humanities currently are in a state of crisis. We argue that the discipline seldom has found itself in such an interesting and fruitful historical moment.

The principal question for the conference is the challenge that the study of literature encounters in an age of digitalization and globalization. The conference also adresses questions of authenticity and originality, identity and gender, literary genres and reading practices, media and materiality, culture and popular culture, language and history, world literature, work aesthetics, translations and canon formation. Several of these questions have surfaced during earlier media system changes, in particular during Romanticism and Modernism, which provides the conference with an historical frame.

Keynote speakers (confirmed):
Professor Patrizia Lombardo, Département de langue et de littérature françaises, Université de Genève
Professor Haun Saussy, Department of Comparative Literature, Yale University
Professor Jochen Hörisch, Seminar für Deutsche Philologie, Universität Mannheim
Professor Andrea Polaschegg, Institut für deutsche Literatur, Humboldt Universität
Dr. Göran Sommardal, Stockholm.

The conference is organized around a number thematic sessions to which we invite researchers and scholars to present papers. For each thematic session there is appointed a chair, who also is the contact person for this session:

Avant-garde (Per Bäckström, Per.Baeckstrom(at)hum.uit.no)
Asthetics and Phenomenology (Roland Lysell, roland.lysell(at)littvet.su.se)
French Literature (Bengt Novén, bengt.noven(at)fraita.su.se)
Gender studies (Maria Karlsson, maria.karlsson(at)littvet.uu.se)
Classical Literature (Paula Henriksson, paula.henrikson(at)littvet.uu.se)
Crititical Theory (Anders Johansson, anders.johansson(at)glanta.org)
Literature in New Media (Jonas Ingvarsson & Cecilia Lindhé, jonas.ingvarsson(at)kau.se)
Literature and Narrative Spaces (Christian Claesson, claesson(at)fas.harvard.edu)
Literature and Science (Kerstin Bergman, Kerstin.Bergman(at)litt.lu.se)
Literature and Religion (Håkan Möller, hakan_moller(at)hotmail.com)
Publics of Literature (Torbjörn Forslid & Anders Ohlson; torbjorn.forslid(at)mah.se )
Literary Sociology (Johan Svedjedal, johan.svedjedal(at)littvet.uu.se)
Literary studies in Modern Languages (Martin Svensson Ekström, martin.svensson.ekstrom(at)sh.se)
Literary Writing (Cristine Sarrimo, Cristine.Sarrimo(at)mah.se)
Materiality (Sara Danius, sara.danius(at)sh.se)
Media and Mediality (Leif Dahlberg, dahlberg(at)csc.kth.se)
Narratology and Inter Semiotics (Christer Johansson, christer.johansson(at)littvet.su.se)
Performativity (Lena Hammargren, Lena.Hammergren(at)teater.su.se)
Popular Culture (Jerry Määttä, jerry.maatta(at)littvet.uu.se)
Pornography (Magnus Ullén, magnus.ullen(at)littvet.uu.se)
Post-colonialism (Stefan Helgesson, stefan.helgesson(at)littvet.uu.se)
Psycho-analysis (Carin Franzén, carin.franzen(at)liu.se)
Queer (Tiina Rosenberg, Tiina.Rosenberg(at)genus.lu.se)
Rhetoric (Otto Fischer, otto.fischer(at)littvet.uu.se)
Law and Literature (Anna Krakus, annakrakus(at)yahoo.com)
Contemporary Aesthetics (Cecilia Sjöholm, cecilia.sjoholm(at)sh.se)
Language Materialism (Jesper Olsson, jesper.olsson(at)littvet.su.se)
Swedish Poetics (Anna Cullhed, Anna.Cullhed(at)littvet.uu.se)
Theory and Hermeneutics (Jan Holmgaard, janholmgaard(at)hotmail.com)
Textual Criticsm and Editions Research (Petra Söderlund, petra.soderlund(at)littvet.uu.se)
Old Novels (Mats Malm, mats.malm(at)lit.gu.se)
Translation, Theory and Practice (Lars Kleberg, lars.kleberg(at)sh.se)

In order to ensure the quality of the presentations and to stimulate discussion, the presenters shall submit full papers prior to the conference. The oral presentation of papers consists of a short summary of the content (5-10 minutes per paper). Only sessions that receive enough papers will be carried out.

Deadlines:
Abstract (max 1500 characters with spaces) mailed to session organizer latest on December 15, 2008. Decisions of accepted papers will be sent on January 15, 2009. Full papers (max 60 000 characters with spaces) mailed to session organizer latest on June 6, 2009.

Conference fee: SEK 900 (SEK 1200 after April 30, 2009)
Conference fee students: SEK 500 (SEK 800 after April 30, 2009)

Registration: March 1– June 30, 2009

Website: www.norlit.org

Convenors:
Leif Dahlberg, dahlberg(at)csc.kth.se
Sara Danius, sara.danius(at)sh.se
Roland Lysell, roland.lysell(at)littvet.su.se
Martin Svensson Ekström, martin.svensson.ekstrom(at)sh.se
Petra Söderlund, petra.soderlund(at)littvet.uu.se
WEDBERGFÖRELÄSNINGARNA I FILOSOFI, STOCKHOLMS UNIVERSITET

Peter Singer
Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics, Princeton University
Laureate Professor, University of Melbourne

Global Poverty: What Are Our Obligations?
Den tredje serien av Wedbergföreläsningarna hålls av professor Peter
Singer (Princeton & Melbourne) den 26-30 maj kl 14-16 i hörsal D 8 och D
9 (Södra husen) över ämnet "Global Poverty: What Are Our Obligations?".
Kommentatorer är Gustaf Arrhenius, Eva Asplund, Folke Tersman och
Torbjörn Tännsjö.

Föreläsning I: The Moral Challenge
(26/5 kl 14-16, D 8, kommentator Tännsjö)

Föreläsning II: Human Nature and What We Can Do About It
(27/5 kl 14-16, D 8, kommentator Tersman)

Föreläsning III: Can We Help the Poor? Are We Harming Them?
(28/5 kl 14-16, D 8, kommentator Asplund)

Föreläsning IV: The Demandingness of Morality
(30/5 kl 14-16, D 9, kommentator Arrhenius)


Wedbergföreläsningarna är instiftade till minne av Anders Wedberg (1913-1978). Han var Stockholms universitets förste professor i teoretisk filosofi. Han kallades 1949 till en nyinrättad professur i ämnet vid dåvarande Stockholms högskola, och kvarstod på denna post till sin pensionering 1975 vid vad som då hade blivit Stockholms universitet. När han tillträdde professuren hade han under lång tid varit docent vid Stockholms högskola. Det var en utnämning som han fått redan 1937, då han disputerade vid högskolan efter att tidigare ha studerat i Uppsala för bland annat Axel Hägerström. Under  åren 1939-43 vistades han i USA där han studerade vid Princeton och Harvard och undervisade vid Cornell University.
         Anders Wedbergs fackfilosofiskt mest betydande arbete är hans bok Plato´s Philosophy of Mathematics, som kom ut 1955 och omtrycktes 1977. Hans allmänt mest inflytelserika verk är dock hans filosofihistoria i tre band, Filosofins historia, som gavs ut av Bonniers under åren 1958-1966. Det översattes även till engelska och gavs ut av Oxford University Press 1982-84. Verket har nyligen (2003-04) utgivits på nytt av Bokförlaget Thales. Wedbergs filosofihistoria introducerade ett åtminstone i Sverige nytt sätt att skriva filosofins historia med tonvikt på försök att tolka och analysera tidigare tänkares filosofiska idéer med hjälp av dagens filosofi och dess metodarsenal.
        Både genom sina skrifter och genom sitt sätt att undervisa bidrog Wedberg i hög grad till en omorientering av svensk filosofi i mer systematisk och analytisk riktning.
The Department of Philosophy, Stockholm University presents:
Themes from Wittgenstein
An international workshop in honour of Gunnar Svensson

1 February 2008, 10-18, Geovetenskapens Hus U 26

Speakers:
Marie McGinn, York
Bill Child, Oxford
Peter Pagin, Stockholm
Martin Gustafsson, Stockholm
Kathrin Glüer & Åsa Wikforss, Stockholm

The workshop is open to everyone interested. For more information, and
the program, go to

http://www.philosophy.su.se
or
http://people.su.se/~kgl/Wittgenstein/Wittgenstein.htm
 
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