The BWS was founded to ensure that Ludwig Wittgenstein's philosophy continues to play a fertile and creative role in 21st century thought. The Society provides, through its annual conference, biannual lectures, website, FaceBook and Twitter pages etc., a British focal point for research and exchange of ideas among Wittgenstein scholars and the broader public throughout the world. It also addresses, in its conference themes, the many other disciplines (psychology, primatology, anthropology, sociology, education, ethics, aesthetics etc.) that Wittgenstein's work has impacted and will continue to impact.
- Stanhill Capital Foundation: £23,861.00
- Match funding: £53,567.00
- Shell: £118,612.00
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