Projected Readings & Schedule

 

1.  Projected Meetings and Readings

 

Meeting One: Affeldt

Projecting the Ground of Intelligibility in Wittgenstein and Cavell

Readings will include:

Cavell, “The Availability of Wittgenstein’s Later Philosophy”

Cavell, “Excursus on Wittgenstein’s Vision of Language”

Affeldt, “The Ground of Mutuality: Criteria, Judgment, and Intelligibility in Stephen Mulhall and Stanley Cavell”

Affeldt, “Captivating Pictures and Liberating Language: Freedom as the Achievement of Speech in Wittgenstein’s Philosophical Investigations

 

Meeting Two: Bearn

Mr. Grice meets Mrs. Greenjar: Theatricality and the Genesis of Literality

Readings will include:

Grice, Logic and Conversation, selections

Cavell, Claim of Reason, Chapter VIII, selections

Cavell, "Ending the Waiting Game"

Beckett, Endgame

Fried, "Art and Objecthood"

Bearn, "Staging Authenticity: A Critique of Cavell's Modernism"

 

Meeting Three:  Affeldt

Writing in Universal Cipher: Resignation and Self-Declaration in Emerson

Readings will include:

Emerson, “Self-Reliance”

Emerson, “The Poet”

Poirier, “The Question of Genius”

Affeldt, “Taking the Shame With Joy: Reading the Self in Emerson’s ‘Self-Reliance’”

Affeldt, “Ascent and Resignation: The Structure of Liberation in Emerson’s ‘The Poet’”

 

Meeting Four: Krebs

“Who is this I who says who am I?”

The main text of the session will be Jacques Derrida’s documentary
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mkDOyui0jSI&feature=related

and selections from Derrida's Dissemination; The Ear of the Other; Of Grammatology; Memories of Paul De Man; Copy, Archive, Signature. A Conversation on Photography

 

Meeting Five:  Affeldt

Intelligibility, Friendship, Performance, Style: Rhees and the Topography of the Field of Speech

Readings will include:

Rhees, “Wittgenstein’s Builders”

Rhees, Wittgenstein and the Possibility of Discourse (selections)

Cavell, “Performative and Passionate Utterance”

 

Meeting Six:  Affeldt

Rituals of Words in Stanley Cavell’s Little Did I Know

Readings will include:

Cavell, Little Did I Know (selections)

Affeldt, “Achieving Mortality: Remarks on Stanley Cavell’s Little Did I Know

 

2. Projected Schedule.

 

Monday July 9, 2012
            3:00     Check In.
            6:00     Welcome Reception and Dinner  

 Tuesday July 10, 2012
            12:30   Lunch
            2:00   Meeting 1 - Affeldt
            Projecting the Ground of Intelligibility in Wittgenstein and Cavell       

Wednesday July 11, 2012
            12:30   Lunch
            
2:00   Meeting 2 - Bearn
            
Mr. Grice meets Mrs. Greenjar: Theatricality and the Genesis of Literality

Thursday July 12, 2012
            12: 30 Lunch 
            2:00 Meeting 3 – Affeldt
            Writing in Universal Cipher: Resignation and Self-Declaration in Emerson


Friday July 13, 2012

            F   r   e   e       D   a   y


Saturday July 14, 2012
            12:30  Lunch
            2:00   Meeting 4 - Krebs
            
“Who is this I who says who am I?” 


Sunday July 15, 2012 
            12:30   Lunch 
            
2:00  Informal Presentations by Interested Participants.
 

 Monday July 16, 2012
            
12:30   Lunch
            
2:00   Meeting 5 - Affeldt 
            Intelligibility, Friendship, Performance, Style: Rhees and The Topography of the Field of Speech

Tuesday July 17, 2012
            12:30   Lunch
            2:00     Meeting 6 - Affeldt
            Rituals of Words in Stanley Cavell’s Little Did I Know
            7:00     Celebratory Conclusion: Culinary and Philosophical

Wednesday July 18, 2012
            12:00   Check Out.

 

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