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Ludwig Wittgenstein: Von der Fliege im Fliegenglas

Der Philosoph ist ein Fixpunkt, wenn Wien 2018 die Moderne groß feiert. Kurier, 17. Juli 2017, Werner Rosenberger Spurensuche im…
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Wittgenstein in Norway’s Østerrike

Der Standard, 2. Juni 2017 Østerrike über dem Fjord: In einem Kaff in Norwegen schrieb der große Philosoph einige seiner…
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Wittgenstein in Norwegen: Welcher Weg führt zum Genie?

Wer auf Wittgensteins Spuren wandert, kann nicht nur Logik lernen: In der Welt des Philosophen lag Österreich an einem Fjord.…
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Egon Schiele in the Light of the Philosophy of Ludwig Wittgenstein and the Theory of Musical Composition of Arnold Schönberg

ETHICS AND AESTHETICS ARE ONE. EGON SCHIELE IN THE LIGHT OF THE PHILOSOPHY OF LUDWIG WITTGENSTEIN AND THE THEORY OF…
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WITTGENSTEIN’S AND TODAY’S VIENNA: Anticipating the Future

CONTRASTS AND LEGACIES by Steven Beller (Washington DC) It is now more than forty years since…
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MARJORIE PERLOFF: EDGE OF IRONY

Modernism in the Shadow of the Habsburg Empire 224 pages | 8 color plates, 26 halftones | 6 x 9…
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PHILOSOPHICAL BIOGRAPHY – the Very Idea

by Ray Monk, University of Southampton Lecture given at a conference on “Wittgenstein: Biography and Philosophy,” on March 25, 1999,…
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PHILOSOPHY and BIOGRAPHY

by James Conant, University of Chicago Lecture given at a symposium on “Philosophy and Biography,” on May 18, 1999, at…
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WITTGENSTEIN UND WIEN

von Ray Monk "Die Menschen heute glauben, die Wissenschaftler seien da, sie zu belehren, die Dichter & Musiker etc., sie…
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Wittgenstein & Kraus: some speculation

by Peter Winslow (first published on 24 January 2016 on the "a bit of pitch" blog) In a well-known remark…
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WITTGENSTEIN AND VIENNA

by Ray Monk "People nowadays think that scientists exist to instruct them, poets, musicians, etc. to give them pleasure. The…
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JAMES CONANT INTERVIEW

FROM POSITIVIST RABBI TO RESOLUTE READER This interview appeared for the first time in the Nordic Wittgenstein Review, Volume 2…
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Paris, November 13-14, 2015

by ALLAN JANIK The horrible events last week in Paris force a lot of hard thoughts upon us. In the…
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PORTRAITS OF WITTGENSTEIN revised and updated

Editors: Ian Ground,F.A. Flowers III   Portraits of Wittgenstein is a major collection of memoirs and reflections on one of…
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THE WITTGENSTEIN FAMILY CHRONICLES: Published for the First Time

The previously unpublished family memoirs of Ludwig’s eldest sister, Hermine, are being made available for the first time. Her descriptions…
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THE RESTORATION OF LUDWIG WITTGENSTEIN’S LEDGER STONE

We are pleased to publish an announcement of the BRITISH WITTGENSTEIN SOCIETY: The British Wittgenstein Society was aware that the ledger…
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WRITING PHILOSOPHY AS POETRY: LITERARY FORM IN WITTGENSTEIN

by Marjorie Perloff, Stanford From The Oxford Handbook of Wittgenstein, ed. Oskari Kuusela and Marie McGinn (Oxford: Oxford U Press,…
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WITTGENSTEIN’S SHAKESPEARE

by Marjorie Perloff, Stanford From Will the Modernist: Shakespeare and the European Historical Avant-Gardes, ed. Giovanni Cianci and Caroline Patey…
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Ray Monk Elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature

We're delighted to announce that Prof. Ray Monk has been elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature. The…
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WITTGENSTEIN SOURCE

Curator: Alois Pichler, Wittgenstein Archives at the University of Bergen (WAB) Wittgenstein Source provides free access to Wittgenstein primary sources.…
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„What shall it profit a man if he gain the whole world and lose his own soul.“

Ludwig Wittgenstein to Bertrand Russell in 1912