SSHAP 2021 Program

The Society for the Study of the History of Analytic Philosophy 2021 Annual Meeting will be held online, July 14-16, 2021, organized and hosted by the Department of Philosophy of the University of Vienna. The program follows below. Abstracts will be posted when available.

  • Talks are 45 minutes including Q&A.
  • There will be 5-10 minutes between talks for rest and to switch to another Zoom session.
  • Some symposia have a slightly different time structure from the standard times of the left-most column below, and in these cases times are given for each participant or event of the symposium.
  • All times are Central European Summer Time (CEST)

Wednesday, July 14, 2021

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HOAP
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FREGE
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CARNAP
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WITTGENSTEIN
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ANALYTIC/CONTINENTAL
09:00-09:45 Sebastian Sunday, GREVE
“Turing’s Philosophy of Intelligence”
Sorin, COSTREIE
“Fregean Acquaintance”
Naomi, OSORIO-KUPFERBLUM
“Ryle’s and Carnap’s Impact on Goodman’s Notions of Linguistic Aboutness”
Michael, SCHMITZ
“Wittgenstein contra Frege on Force”
Michal, DOBRANSKI
“Arthur Schopenhauer’s Philosophy of Language: from German Idealism towards Analytical Philosophy”
09:55-10:40 Chen, BO
“Russell and Jin Yuelin on Truth: A Comparative Study”
Tabea, ROHR
“Frege on Geometry”
Giorgio, CASTIGLIONE
“A ‘Third Man’ in the Debate? Arthur Pap’s Conception of the A Priori between Carnap and Quine”
Giovanni, MION
“Did Wittgenstein read Cassirer?”
Aleksandra, GOMULCZAK
“An Attempt to recognize the Relationship between Analytic and Continental Philosophy”
10:50-11:35 Chengcheng, GU
“A Comparative Study of Shen Yu-ting and Husserl’s Theory of Meaning”
Indrek, LOBUS
“Frege Against Textbook Logical Atoms”
Flavio, BARACCO
“Carnap’s Intellectual Development in the Early 1920s: Encounters with Husserl’s Circle”
Florian, FIGUEIREDO
“Wittgenstein and the Conception of Hypotheses”
Maximilian, NOICHL
“Quantifying the Analytic/Continental Divide”
11:45-12:30   Anton, ALEXANDROV
“Is Frege’s Logical Analysis of Arithmetical Notions an Instance of Carnapian Explication?”
Robert, MICHELS
“Lewis’s Counterpart Theory and the Aufbau”
Anton, LEODOLTER
“An Arduous Journey – The Concept ‘Illusion in Wittgenstein Scholarship and Cavell’s Solution”
Eugenio, PETROVICH
“Uncovering the Social Network of Recent Analytic Philosophy by the Analysis of Acknowledgments in Academic Publications”
12:30-14:00 Lunch Break
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Scientific Philosophy
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Brentano and the Origins of Analytic Philosophy
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Russell
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HOAP
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Philosophy of Mathematics
14:00-14:45 Gabriella, CROCCO
“Emile Boutroux and “Scientific” Philosophy”
Mark, TEXTOR
“Stout’s take on the Tripartite Distinction”
Ryo, ITO
“Two Epistemological Problems in the early Russell’s Ontology”
João Esteves, DA SILVA
“Reading Wittgenstein with Ryle: Reconsidering the Roots of Non-Metaphysical Readings of the Tractatus”
Claudio, TERNULLO and Luca ZANETTI
“Cantor’s Abstractionism and Hume’s Principle”
14:55-15:40 Francesca, BIAGIOLI and Michael, STOELTZNER
“How Far Should Concepts Grow? Federigo Enriques on Mathematics, its Justification and its Application”
Rory, MADDEN
“Self-Awareness in G.E. Moore’s ‘Refutation of Idealism’”
Nikolay, MILKOV
“Bertrand Russell’s Philosophical Logic and Its Logical Forms”
Jann Paul, ENGLER
“The early early Wittgenstein on Ramified Types”
Inger Bakken, PEDERSEN
“Coherentist Structuralism: A Metaontological Inquiry”
15:50-16:35 Flavia, PADOVANI
“Scientific Philosophy in Exile: Reichenbach and Rougier”
Consuelo, PRETI
“The Extrusion of Thought from the Mind: Brentano and Moore on the Nature of Judgment”
Joan, BERTRAN SAN-MILLÁN
“Russell and Peano on the Independence of the Axioms of Arithmetic”
Alexander, KLEIN
“From Willing to Meaning: William James on Mental Content”
Gareth, PEARCE
“Why Formalism died too early and why Lewis should have brought it back”
16:45-17:30 Panel Discussion (Garbriella CROCCO, Francesca BIAGIOLI, Michael STOELTZNER and Flavia PADOVANI)   Russel, WAHL
“Russell and Kant: The Question of Intuition, revisited, or Did Russell misunderstand Kant?”
   
           
18:00-19:30 Keynote: Catarina, DUTILH NOVAES,
“Carnap meets Foucault: Explication and Genealogy”
           
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Mathematical Definitions in Early Analytic Philosophy
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Representation and Logic in Wittgenstein’s Tractatus
     
19:45-20:30 Erich, RECK
“On Frege’s and Dedekind’s Definitions of Number”
* 19:45-20:00
Mahmoud, JALLOH
“Structuralism in the Tractatus
* 20:00-20:15
Sophia, ARBEITER
“Representation and Truth in the Tractatus
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Comments on Jalloh and Arbeiter
     
20:40-21:25 Paola CANTÙ
“Definitions in the Peano School”
* 20:40-20:55
Summary/More Comments/Q&A
* 20:55-21:10
Joshua, EISENTHAL
“Propositions as Pictures”
* 21:10-21:25
Sanford, SHIEH
“Possibility and the Undepictability of Form in Wittgenstein’s Tractatus
     
21:35-22:20 Sean, MORRIS
“Russell on Philosophical and Mathematical Definitions in Principles of Mathematics”
* 21:35-21:50
Summary/Comments on Eisenthal & Shieh
* 21:50-22:00
Response Comments & Discussion
* 22:00-22:20
General Discussion / Q&A
     

Thursday, July 15, 2021

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Logic & Probability
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Vienna Circle
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HOAP
09:00-09:45 Marta, SZNAJDER
“Janina Hosiasson: between subjective and objective Probability”
Adam Tamas, TUBOLY
“Otto Neurath on Plato-Hitler and the British Scene of Irritation”
Michael Oliva, CORDOBA
“A “want of clearness” in §13 of Moore’s Principia Ethica”
09:55-10:40 Francesco A., GENCO and Francesca POGGIOLESI
“A Solution to the Paradoxes of Grounding Inspired by Bolzano”
Andreas, VRAHIMIS
“Biology and Epistemology in the early Schlick”
José, MESTRE
“Are Thoughts Propositions?”
10:50-11:35 David, KASHTAN
“Paradox wasn’t (and isn’t) the Motivation for Tarski’s Truth”
John, PRESTON
“Paul Feyerabend’s Ernst Mach”
Jamie, ELLIOTT
“Anscombe and ‘I'”
11:45-12:30 Pawel, POLAK
“The Specificity of the Lvov-Warsaw School Philosophy of Science: A Case of Reception of Special and General Relativity ”
Philipp Leon, BAUER
“Waismann’s Time in Vienna”
12:30-14:00 Lunch Break
Chair: Dejan, MAKOVEC, Symposium
Waismann
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Social Justice and the History of Analytic Philosophy
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Carnap – Quine
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HOAP
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Philosophy of Mathematics
14:00-14:45 Christoph, LIMBECK-LILIENAU
“Waismann on Rules and Hypotheses”
Anna, BROZEK
“Social Justice from the Point of View of the Lvov-Warsaw School”
Sander, VERHAEGH
“Carnap and Quine: First Encounters”
Teresa, KOURI KISSEL
“Susan Stebbing on Logical Atomism”
Eduardo N., GIOVANNINI
“Hilbert’s Early Views on Completeness and Categoricity”
14:55-15:40 Bastian, STOPPELKAMP
“Social Substructures of Logic”: Friedrich Waismann and the Concept of “Style” in the Vienna Circle
Frederique, JANSSEN-LAURET
“Early Analytic Female Logicians: Combating the Great Men Narrative of Analytic Philosophy”
Michael Robert, HICKS
“Sellars on Carnap and Conceptual Voluntarism”
James, PEARSON
“Writing Conversationalists into History: The Case of Burton Dreben”
Benjamin, MARSCHALL
“Quine’s Empiricist Platonism”
15:50-16:35 Annalisa, COLIVA
“Family Resemblances and “Metaphilosophy”: Waismann, Wittgenstein and Goethe”
Dwight, LEWIS
“Cultural Epistemology: A Query of Physicalism and an Investigation into Patricia Hill Collins’ ‘outsider within”
Gary, EBBS
“Do Carnap and Quine Disagree about Explication?”
Luca, OLIVA
“Analyticity in Wittgenstein”
Julien, OUELLETTE-MICHAUD
“Notational Bearings on Conceptions of Assumptions”
16:45-17:30 Panel Discussion: Annalisa Coliva, Greg Lavers, Christoph Limbeck-Lilienau, Gillian Russell, Bastian Stoppelkamp Matt, LAVINE
“An Introduction to Social Justice and the History of Analytic Philosophy”
Sam Whitman, MCGRATH
“On ‘Ontology’: Analyzing the Carnap-Quine Debate as a Case of Metalinguistic Negotiation”
Warren, GOLDFARB
“Conjuring with the Beetle”
Gregory, LANDINI
“Gödel’s Diagonal Function Doesn’t Exist without Numbers”
18:00-19:30 Keynote: Martin, KUSCH,
“Is Georg Simmel Part of the History of Analytic Philosophy?”
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Frege on Definition, Truth, and Logic as Science
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HOAP
19:45-20:30 Rachel, BODDY
“Definition and the Proof of Referentiality”
Landon, ELKIND
“Computer Verification for Historians of Philosophy?”
20:40-21:25 Robert, MAY
“The Role of Truth”
Roberta, BALLARIN
“Carnap and Quine on Ontology and Categories”
21:35-22:20 Sanford, SHIEH
“Notes on Logical Alien Science”
Richard, CREATH
“Reciprocal Containment and the Aufbau”

Friday, July 16, 2021

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Tractatus
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HOAP
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HOAP
09:00-09:45 Jonathan, GOMBIN
“Simplex Sigillum Veri: the Tractatus on the Simplicity of Logic”
Dominik, JARCZEWSKI
“Towards an Activist Epistemology. The Neglected Project of C. I. Lewis”
Matthias, NEUBER
“Perry on the Ego-Centric Predicament”
09:55-10:40 Shunichi, TAKAGI
“The Genealogy of the Tractarian ‘Ontology'”
Ewelina, GRADZKA
“Kazimierz Twardowski’s View on Teaching Philosophy at School in the Context of Analytical Philosophy ”
Felix, DANOWSKI
“How Ayer could be right about Moral Arguments”
10:50-11:35 Yi, JIANG
“On Reverse Reading of the Tractatus, for Celebration of the Centennial of Publication of the Tractatus”
Henri, WAGNER
“An Externalist Strand in C. I. Lewis’s Mind and the World Order”
Kenneth, BOYD
“I’m Not Actually Perfectly Delighted To See You: Peirce On Shared Responsibility For Assertion”
11:45-12:30 Christopher Alan, CAMPBELL
“Generality and the Enumerability of Instances in Wittgenstein’s Tractatus and Beyond”
Martijn, WALLAGE
“Is a Person an Object of Reference?”
12:30-14:00 Lunch Break
Chair: Mathieu, MARION, Symposium
Debunking The Standard Narratives In The History Of Logic
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Tractatus
Chair: Name, LAST NAME,
Quine
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Frege
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HOAP
14:00-14:45 * 14:10-14:30
Julie, BRUMBERG-CHAUMONT
“A Social History of Logic : Problems and Methods”
Silver, BRONZO
“Thought, Language, and Expression in Wittgenstein’s Tractatus”
Jonas, RAAB
“Quine on Explication”
Richard, LAWRENCE
“Frege and Formalism: an Apology for Thomae”
Aviezer, TUCKER
“The Pre-history of Analytical Philosophy of History”
14:55-15:40 *14:30-14:50
Catarina, DUTILH NOVAES
“The Roots of Deduction. A Conceptual Genealogy”
Jordi, FAIRHURST
“Ethics is Transcendental (Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus, 6.421)”
Artur, KOSECKI
“On Ajdukiewicz’s and Quine’s Views on Ontology”
Stephen, MACKERETH
“Heck’s Two-Sorted Frege Arithmetic and the Neo-Fregean Program”
Samuel, DESCARREAUX
“Can 19th Century Early Neo-Kantian Naturalism be relevant for Contemporary Debates on Naturalistic Epistemology?”
15:50-16:35 *15:00-15:40
Sandra, LAPOINTE
“What is a Disciplinary History of Logic? ”
David, HYDER
“Locality in the Tractatus”
Andrew, SMITH
“Quine’s Unpublished 1985 Typescript “Convention and Its Place in Truth”
Dongwoo, KIM
“Analysis and Reference in Frege”
Matt, CARLSON
“Traditional Epistemology and Epistemology Naturalized”
16:45-17:30 *15:40-16:00
John David, LOHNER
“Canonizing Wittgenstein. A Social Historian’s Assessment.”
Edward, GUETTI
“No Surprises: Insight and Limit-Concepts in the Tractatus”
Gary, KEMP
A Conflict in Quine? Ontological Relativity vs Naturalism
Jim, HUTCHINSON
“Frege’s Radical Anti-Psychologism”
*16:00-16:40
Sara L., UCKELMANN
“Building a History of Women in Logic”
18:00-19:30 Annual General Meeting of SSHAP
Roundtable On Early Analytic Women Philosophers
19:45-19:55 Introduction by Annalisa, COLIVA
19:55-20:15 Frederique, JANSSEN-LAURET
“Victoria Welby as a Grandmother of Analytic Philosophy”
20:25-20:45 Gary, OSTERTAG
“E. E. Constance Jones on Predication”
20:55-21:15 Annalisa, COLIVA
“Susan Stebbing’s “The Method of Analysis in Metaphysics””
21:25-21:45 Juliet, FLOYD
“Susanne K. Langer”
21:45-22:15 General Q&A