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May 20-21, 2019: Rules, Norms, and Reasons 1: Kripkenstein's Paradox

Kripke

Internatioal Workshop

Rules, Norms, and Reasons 1: Kripkenstein's Paradox.

May 20-21, 2019

Aula Crociera alta di Giurisprudenza, Via Festa del Perdono, 7 e Aula Pio XII, Aula Pio XII, Via S. Antonio 5, Milano

The Rules, Norms, and Reasons workshops - hosted by the "Piero Martinetti" Department of Philosophy at the University of Milan - are designed to provide a forum to philosophers interested in foundational issues concerning normativity, very broadly construed. The format of the workshops provides ample opportunity for speakers to receive constructive feedback on their work, and for other participants to get acquainted with new developments in the field.
 
The inaugural workshop will be held on May 20th-21st, 2019 and will be devoted to Kripke's Wittgenstein's rule-following paradox. The speakers are Jody Azzouni, Christopher Gauker, Anandi Hattiangadi, Saul Kripke, Ásgeir Berg Matthíasson, Romina Padro, Krzysztof Poslajko, Kateryna Samoilova, James Shaw, and Giacomo Sillari.

Most of the workshop will take place in via Festa del Perdono 7, in the Crociera Alta di Giurisprudenza room. The only exception is Tuesday afternoon's session, which will be held in via Sant'Antonio 5, in the Pio XII room.

May 20th, morning. Crociera Alta di Giurisprudenza Room (Via Festa del Perdono 7)

9:15-10:30Christopher Gauker (Universität Salzburg), A Third Conception of the Normativity of Meaning.

10:35-11:50 Krzysztof Poslajko (Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie), A Minimalist Skeptical Solution as a Revisionary Account of Meaning

11:55-13:10 James Shaw (University of Pittsburgh), Wittgenstein v. Kripkenstein on Meaning Skepticism

13:10-14:45 Lunch break

May 20th, afternoon. Crociera Alta di Giurisprudenza Room (Via Festa del Perdono 7)

14:45-16:00 Romina Padro (City University of New York), Carroll, Kripke, and the Wittgenstein Connection

16:05-17:20 Anandi Hattiangadi (Stockholms Universitet), The Return of Kripkenstein: an Argument for Semantic Primitivism

May 20th, evening

20:00 Workshop dinner

May 21st, morning. Crociera Alta di Giurisprudenza Room (Via Festa del Perdono 7)

9:15-10:30 Ásgeir Berg Matthíasson (University of Stirling, University of St Andrews), Rules as Constitutive Practices Defined by Correlated Equilibria

10:35-11:50 Giacomo Sillari (Luiss Guido Carli), Rule-Following as Coordination: Games, Common Knowledge and Institutions

11:55-13:10 Kateryna Samoilova (California State University-Chico), Mental Action in Light of a Kripkensteinian Puzzle

13:10-14:45 Lunch break

May 21st, afternoon. Pio XII Room (via Sant'Antonio 5)

14:45-16:00 Jody Azzouni (Tufts University), Disposition-Meaning Languages and the Reduction of Non-Natural Meanings to Urges

16:05-17:20 Saul Kripke (City University of New York), The Rule-Following Considerations Revisited


Info: andrea.guardo@unimi.it

The Lectures will be held in English.
Participation is strongly recommended to students of the Doctoral School in Philosophy and Human Sciences.

Everyone interested is welcome to attend.

 

21 May 2019
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