Time: June 17–18, 2024

Venue: Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies, Common Room, Fabianinkatu 24A, 3rd Floor


Day 1

9:00–9:15 Welcome

9:15–10:30 David Stern: Interpretation of aspects and aspects of interpretation


11:00–11:45 Nancy Yousef: Philosophy, The State of the Art, circa 1933: Wittgenstein and Collingwood

11:45–12:30 David Lindeman: Tractatus as Poem


13:45–14:30 Lucilla Guidi: Aspect-blindness and the Practice of Imagination

14:30–15:15 Eran Guter: Aspect-Blindness and the Courage to See


15:45–16:30 Elinor Hållén: Aspects and Gestures: Finding Oneself at Home in Aesthetic Practices

16:30–17:15 Anne-Marie Søndergaard Christensen: The Importance of Noticing an Aspect in Moral Life

17:15–18:00 Gorazd Andrejc: Wittgenstein, seeing the World (non)religiously, and the objectifying attitude



Day 2

9:00–10:15 Annalisa Coliva: Morphology, knowledge and understanding. Prolegomena to a pluralist manifesto


10:45–11:30 Edmund Dain: Mind-reading and Aspect-Perception

11:30–12:15 Reshef Agam-Segal: Aspect-Seeing and the Mind

12:15–13:00 David Hommen: Aspect Perception and the Basis of Meaning and Knowledge in Later Wittgenstein


14:15–15:00 Idris Robinson: Wittgenstein on the Morphological Aspects of Real Numbers

15:00–15:45 Ronya Ramrath: Changing Aspects: Understanding the gap between Wittgenstein’s Metaphilosophy and philosophical Practice with a Hertzian analogy


16:15–17:00 Anat Matar: The Political Aspects of Wittgenstein’s Ideas of Aspect Seeing and Blindness

17:00–17:45 Jakub Gomulka: The Strange History of Wittgenstein’s Reception in Poland

17:45–18:30 Lars Hertzberg: The Reception of Wittgenstein in the Nordic Countries