Series Editor's Foreword Notes on Contributors Acknowledgments Abbreviations of Wittgenstein's Texts Introduction: The Wonders of the Jungle; N.Venturinha The 'Prototractatus' Manuscript and Its Corrections; L.Bazzocchi Wittgenstein's Coded Remarks in the Context of His Philosophizing; I.Somavilla Wittgenstein at Work: Creation, Selection and Composition of 'Remarks'; J.G.F.Rothhaupt The Wittgenstein Archive of Francis Skinner; A.Gibson The Whewell's Court Lectures: A Sketch of a Project; V.A.Munz Robinson Crusoe Sails Again: The Interpretative Relevance of Wittgenstein's Nachlass ; P.M.S.Hacker Tracing the Development of Wittgenstein's Writing on Private Language; D.G.Stern Concepts and Concept-Formation; J.Schulte A Re-Evaluation of the Philosophical Investigations ; N.Venturinha Towards the New Bergen Electronic Edition ; A.Pichler Appendix I: The Ramsey Notes on Time and Mathematics; N.Venturinha , with an English Translation by J.M.Thompson Appendix II: Wittgenstein's 1938 Preface; N.Venturinha References Index
Leading scholars in the field offer new ways of looking at Wittgenstein's papers as well as clear, comprehensive and original philosophical interpretations of them. The volume includes two texts by Wittgenstein previously unpublished in English.
LUCIANO BAZZOCCHI, Italy
ARTHUR GIBSON, Trinity College, Cambridge, UK
P. M. S. HACKER, St John's College, Oxford, UK
VOLKER A. MUNZ is a Lecturer, Institute of Philosophy and the Institute of History, University of Graz, Austria
ALOIS PICHLER is a Researcher, Unifob Department for Culture, Language and Information Technology and Director of the Wittgenstein Archives, University of Bergen, Norway
JOSEF G. F. ROTHHAUPT is a Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich, Germany
JOACHIM SCHULTE teaches at the University of Zürich, Switzerland
ILSE SOMAVILLA has been a Researcher at the Brenner Archives Research Institute at the University of Innsbruck, Austria, since 1990
DAVID G. STERN is Professor of Philosophy, University of Iowa, USA
JAMES M. THOMPSON has been lecturing at the Institute for Ethnology and Philosophy at the Martin Luther University, Halle-Wittenberg, Germany, since 2004
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