Lauener Foundation for Analytical Philosophy


Thursday 22 June - Friday 23 June 2006
Bern, Switzerland

2nd International Lauener Symposium on Analytical Philosophy
in honour of Professor Dagfinn Føllesdal


Thursday 22 June 2006 - Programme - 09:00-12:30h

Chair: Prof. Dr. Alex Burri (Universität Erfurt), Member of the Lauener Foundation Council
09.00-10.40PD Dr. Christian Beyer (Universität Erfurt) Noema and Reference
Prof. Dr. David Woodruff Smith (University of California, Irvine) Consciousness, Modality, and Inner Awareness
10.40-10.50 Coffee Break
10.50-12.30 Prof. Dr. Graciela de Pierris (Stanford University) Hume's Phenomenological Conception of Space, Time and Mathematics
Prof. Dr. Nils Roll-Hansen (Universitetet i Oslo) The distinction between basic (theoretical) and applied (practical) science and its importance for the politics of science
12.30-14.00 Lunch Break

Thursday 22 June 2006 - Programme - 14:00-16:40h

Chair: Prof. Dr. Daniel Schulthess (Université de Neuchâtel), Member of the Lauener Foundation Council
14.00-15.40 Prof. Dr. Patrick Suppes (Stanford University) Neuropsychological Foundation of Phenomenology: Is It Possible?
Prof.Dr. Michael Friedman (Stanford University) Transcendental Philosophy and Modern Physics: Neo-Kantianism, Logical Empiricism, and Phenomenology

Friday 23 June 2006 - Programme 09:00-12:30h

Chair: Prof. Dr. Kevin Mulligan (Université de Genève)
9.00-10.40 Prof. Dr. Dag Prawitz (Stockholms Universitet) Inference and Consequence
Prof. Dr. Charles Parsons (Harvard University) Some consequences of the entanglement of logic and mathematics
10.40-10.50 Coffee Break
10.50-12.30 Dr. Øystein Linnebo (University of Bristol) Reference and Frege's Context Principle
Prof. Dr. Olav Gjelsvik (Universitetet i Oslo) On "Meaning and Experience", Evidence, Causality
12.30-14.00 Lunch Break

Friday 23 June 2006 - Programme 14:00-17:30h

Chair: Prof. Dr. Paul Burger (Universität Basel)
14.00-15.40 Prof. Dr. Jon Elster (Columbia University/Collège de France) Reason and Rationality
Prof. Dr. Wilhelm K. Essler (Universität Frankfurt a. M.) On Solidity and Rigidity - Some Notes to a Paper of Føllesdal
15.40-15.50 Coffee Break
15.50-17.30 Prof. Dr. John Perry (Stanford University) Reference, Identity and Information
Prof. Dr. Dagfinn Føllesdal (Universitetet i Oslo/Stanford University) Reference - neither Causal nor Apostolic, but Normative
17.30 End of the Symposium

Venue: Haus der Universität, Schlösslistrasse 5, Bern, Switzerland

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