Lecture series on phenomenology

Lecture series on phenomenological research, summer term 2018.

Organized by Georg Stenger, Matthew Ratcliffe and Philipp Schmidt within the research group phenomenology at the Vienna Institute for philosophy.

Within the lecture series international researchers are invited to present their recent works. The aim of the workshops is to intensify the debate on those works on the basis of selected texts. According to this the participants, and especially students, may have the opportunity to participate on current debates in the field of phenomenology.

For further informations on the workshops und texts contact philipp.schmidt@univie.ac.at


⇒ Further informations on the homepage of the researche group.

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18.04.2018 16:45
 

Lecture series: Aristotelian logic

Organized by Assoz. Prof. Dr. George Karamanolis, Privatdoz. MA & GANPHÖ (Gesellschaft für antike Philosophie Österreich)

19.04.2018 16:00
 

Interdisciplinary lecture series on the foundations of physics: Scientific Realism

with lectures from Prof. Martin Kusch and Prof. Friedrich Stadler, organized by the Naturwissenschaftscafé.

26.04.2018 16:00
 

Talk "Truth and Truthbearers"

Given by Marian David (Universität Graz) and organized by the Vienna Colloquium Analytic Philosophy.

26.04.2018 19:00
 

Lecture series on phenomenological research

Organized by Georg Stenger, Matthew Ratcliffe and Philipp Schmidt within the research group phenomenology at the Vienna Institute for philosophy.

11.05.2018
 

Talk "Luminous oughts for non-factualists"

given by Julien Dutant (King's College London) and organized by ERC project "The Emergence of Relativism"

17.05.2018 16:00
 

Talk "What’s an epistemic modal?"

Given by Angelika Kratzer (University of Massachussetts, Amherst) and organized by the Vienna Colloquium Analytic Philosophy.

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