Organizers: Michael Campbell (Centre for Ethics, Pardubice); Lynette Reid (Dalhousie)
Advisors/participants: David Cockburn (Lampeter); Lars Hertzberg (Åbo Akademi)
We invite applications for participation for a virtual workshop on Ludwig Wittgenstein's use of the concept of expression and related notions, centered around the question of the integration of what was formerly presented as Part I and Part II of the Investigations. (See the workshop format below.)
In a new installment of our blog, Ondřej Beran writes about The self-righteous mind, or, why some very fine people on both sides are divided by politics and religion.
You can read it HERE.
I am writing while the chaos of the US presidential elections is peaking, and then shortly after Joe Biden is probably confirmed as president-elect. As I have recently been trying to write something about Jonathan Haidt’s The Righteous Mind, it struck me how much this book – hailed 10 years ago, when it was published, but still now, as an insightful explanation of general political phenomena – has aged.
In a new installment of Centre's blog, Nora Hämäläinen discusses how we are being "held" in our identity by various encounters and relationships with other people. You can read it HERE.
Holding and personhood