Programme

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Thursday, May 4 | Jeudi 4 mai
Université du Québec à Montréal
Room W-5215

8h45 Welcoming Address
9h00-10h00 Peter Simons (Dublin)
Bipolarity: Wittgenstein’s Early Semantics for Sentences
10h00-11h00 Guido Bonino (Torino)
Wittgenstein: Negation, Bipolarity, and Symmetry
11h00-11h15 Coffee Break
11h15-12h15 José Zalabardo (London)
The Tractatus on Semantic Unity
12h15-14h00 Lunch Break
14h00-15h00 Pasquale Frascolla (Potenza)
The Disquotational Schema from the Early Writings to the Tractatus
15h00-15h15 Coffee Break
15h15-16h15 Fraser MacBride (Manchester)
From Categorial Dualism to Pluralism: Wittgenstein’s Journey (1913-19)

Friday, May 5 | Vendredi 5 mai
Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières
Room R-4020

9h00 Departure for Trois-Rivières
11h15 Welcoming address
11h30-12h30 Kevin Mulligan (Geneva & Lugano)
Value and Generality
12h30-14h00 Lunch Break
14h00-15h00 Genia Schönbaumsfeld (Southampton)
God and the Meaning of Life in Wittgenstein’s Notebooks
15h00-16h00 Janyne Sattler (Santa Catarina)
To fulfill the purpose of existence’: Wittgenstein’s Notebooks and the Search for Meaning
15h30-16h30 Coffee Break
16h30-17h30 Gabriel Citron (Toronto)
Early Wittgenstein on the Problem of Life: From the Diaries, through the Notebooks, to the Tractatus

 Saturday, May 6 | Samedi 6 mai
Musée québécois de culture populaire (Trois-Rivières)
Room Cogeco

9h30-10h30 Peter Sullivan (Stirling)
The Purity of Logic
10h30-10h45 Coffee Break
10h45-11h55 Ian Proops (Austin)
“How does a Tautology say Nothing?
11h45-13h45 Lunch Break
13h45-14h45 Lynette Reid (Halifax)
“On the Justification of the Vagueness of Ordinary Sentences:  From the “Notes on Logic” to the Tractatus via the Notebooks
14h45-15h00 Coffee Break
15h00-16h00 Sébastien Gandon (Clermont-Ferrand)
Machine as Picture. Wittgenstein on Kinematics and Logic
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