Thursday, April 17, 2008

"On Knowledge: at the Origins of the Analytic-Continental Split," Department of Philosophy, Leiden University, May 6, 2008.

(All Talks in: Wijkplaats 4.005, Leiden University) Session I Chair: Göran Sundholm (Leiden) 9:30-11:00: Marietje van der Schaar (Leiden) "Husserl and Heyting on knowledge and assertion" 11:00-11:15: coffee 11:20-12:50: Wim Christiaens (Gent) "Cassirer, Heidegger and the Enlightenment" 13:00-14:30 Lunch: TBA Session II Chair: Fred Muller (Erasmus, Rotterdam) 14:40-16:10: Lieven Decock (VU, Amsterdam) "From a linguistic point of view: Carnap and Quine on the analytic-synthetic distinction" 16:10-16-30: Coffee 16:30-18:00 Alan Richardson (UBC) "On Taking Logical Empiricism as a Science Seriously: Metrology, Metalogic, and the Technologies of Philosophy." All are welcome, but if you wish to attend we ask that you RSV by April 28, 2008 at: Eric Schliesser (

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