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Wittgenstein Lectures

The Wittgenstein Lectures were inaugurated 1987 and are funded from the central University budget. It was one of the first steps towards internationalization of teaching at the University. Traditionally we invite a renowned philosopher to hold a week of lectures and colloquia on themes central to our Philosophy & Economics programme.

All philosophy teaching stops for a week and the first lecture is usually followed by a reception. As our aim is to offer research-led teaching, P&E students can gain 2 ECTS by attending the lectures and colloquia. At the end of the series there is a short exam. Students of the new PO get their 2 ECTS for module V1. Students of the old PO get their 2 ECTS for module area V, but are only allowed to credit no more than two Wittgenstein Lectures. Sometimes we offer advanced seminar courses on the work of the Wittgenstein Lecturer.

The Wittgenstein Lectures are open to the public and all members of the University.

Summer Semester 2017, 19 - 23 June

Markets and Morality [>Poster] [>Programme]

Prof. Dr. Debra Satz
Marta Sutton Weeks Professor of Ethics in Society (Stanford University)

Preference, Prediction and Policy

Prof. Daniel M. Hausman
Herbert A. Simon and Hilldale Professor University of Wisconsin-Madison

Left Libertarianism: Promise and Problems

Prof. Peter Vallentyne
Kline Chair in Philosophy University of Missouri-Columbia

The Ethics and Economics of Climate Change

Prof. John Broome
Emeritus White’s Professor of Moral Philosophy, University of Oxford

The Revolution in Just War Theory

Prof. Jeff McMahan
White’s Professor of Moral Philosophy, University of Oxford

The Robust Demands of the Good

Prof. Philip Pettit
Laurance S. Rockefeller University Professor of Politics
and Human Values at Princeton University

Ethics and Public Policy

Prof. Jonathan Wolff
Professor of Political Philosophy, University College London

Values, Norms, Decisions

Prof. Wlodek Rabinowicz
Professor (emeritus) of Philosophy, Lund University

Collective Actions and the Commons: What Have We Learned?

Prof. Elinor Ostrom
Professor (emeritus) of Political Science, Indiana University
(Nobel Prize in Economics, 2009; †2012) 

Philosophy Amid the Darkness of These Times

Prof. Jonathan Glover
Professor of Philosophy, King's College, University of London

From Rankings to Reasons

Prof. Michael Smith
McCosh Professor of Philosophy, Princeton University

The Theory of (Un)Bounded Rationality: Games, Experiments and Evolution

Prof. Werner Güth
Max Planck Institute of Economics, Jena

Verantwortlich für die Redaktion: Dr. Uwe Czaniera, Telefon: 4162

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