My paper with Kirsten Dierolf on the Grammar of Neuroscience (published in the SFCT journal InterAction and available for free download at http://tinyurl.com/lqb7p5) has come to the attention of Professor Danièle Moyal-Sharrock (http://herts.academia.edu/DanieleMoyalSharrock) at the University of Hertfordshire and founder of the British Wittgenstein Society. She is a Wittgenstein specialist, and commented in an email that the article “shows an impressive understanding and an innovative application of Wittgensteinian concerns and approach in organisations”.
Even better, she agreed to join the Editorial Advisory Board of InterAction and invited us (me, Kirsten and anyone else from the SF community who is interested) to join the British Wittgenstein Society. Needless to say, Kirsten and I jumped at the chance. More on the BWS at http://www.britishwittgensteinsociety.herts.ac.uk/ – Kirsten and I are off to their Autumn lecture by Professor Rom Harré (another philosopher relevant to SF developments) in November.