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"There is nothing to explain": Wittgenstein on scientism and mathematics

Thursday, November 24, 2022, 3:45 pm – 5:35 pm

The Philosophy Department of the Central European University, the Institute Vienna Circle and the Unit for Applied Philosophy of Science and Epistemology (of the Department of Philosophy of the University of Vienna) are jointly organizing a series of talks this term.

This is a hybrid event, in person and online.

Online Platform: The meeting will be online via Zoom


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Meeting-ID: 614 7520 5762

Password: 264065

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Please follow this link to the University of Vienna event page for more information.


Note: Later that day, 17:40-19:20, there will be another talk on Wittgenstein's work at CEU. For details, please see here.


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