(2006) Papers of the 29th IWS (eds. G. Gasser, Chr. Kanzian, E. Runggaldier)

Papers of the 29th International Wittgenstein Symposium 6-12 August 2006. Kulturen: Streit-Analyse-Dialog - Cultures: Conflict-Analysis-Dialogue. Eds. Georg Gasser, Christian Kanzian, Edmund Runggaldier. Kirchberg am Wechsel: ALWS 2006.

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Wittgenstein and Kripke’s Skeptic PDF HTML
P. R. Bhat
Designation and Ontological Commitment in Sellars and Prasangika Madhyamika PDF HTML
Eric J. Loomis
Where to seek for the ‘Uniquely Individual’ in Human Experience: In the Twilight Zone of Consciousness or Somewhere More Accessible PDF HTML
Fulya Özlem
From Anti-Metaphysics to Non-Pyrrhonian Polyphony - remarks on the difficulty of receiving Wittgenstein PDF HTML
Thomas Wallgren
Probleme der interkulturellen Philosophie (unter besonderer Berücksichtigung Indiens) PDF HTML
Kiran Desai-Breun
Wittgenstein’s “notorious paragraph” about the Gödel Theorem PDF HTML
Timm Lampert
Action and Morality: A Reflection on Thomas Nagel’s and Christine Korsgaard’s Moral Thinking PDF HTML
Marek Pyka
Aber der Löwe spricht eben nicht! Anmerkungen zu einer Kontroverse PDF HTML
Thomas Wachtendorf
Can there be such thing as a “hopeless” language user PDF HTML
Marcos Pinheiro
Analytical Philosophy as a Project of Emancipation from Suffering PDF HTML
Ondrej Beran
On the Impossibility of Solitary Persons PDF HTML
Tuomas William Manninen
„Patamou“ oder „El poder de la palabra“? PDF HTML
Annelore Mayer
Wittgensteins Philosophieren für den Menschen – Denken sub specie hominis als Methode PDF HTML
Sandra Markewitz
Jenseits des nichtzweifelnden Benehmens: Vertrauen als Einladung zu einem fremden Blick auf den abendländischen Geist PDF HTML
José M. Ariso
Radical Interpretation and Intercultural Communication PDF HTML
Eli Dresner
Towards Cosmopolitan Philosophy PDF HTML
Arto Siitonen
How to Make Opposite Ends Meet PDF HTML
Aysegul Cakal
Intercultural Dialog and Mathematics Education: A Contribution from Ancient Chinese Algebra PDF HTML
Giorgio T. Bagni
Wittgenstein – ein platonischer Idealist und Kulturpessimist? PDF HTML
Ilse Somavilla
A Perspective of Dialogical Engagement Between Self and Culture PDF HTML
Ranjan K. Panda
Freud-Jung controversy: a failed intercultural dialogue PDF HTML
Ora Gruengard
Normativity and Novelty PDF HTML
Tine Wilde
Wittgenstein's Paperwork. An Example from the “Big Typescript” PDF HTML
Herbert Hrachovec
Geltung und Naturalismus PDF HTML
Tomasz Kubalica
Language, world, and structure PDF HTML
Pentti Määttänen
About “die letzte Zusammenfassung” PDF HTML
Luciano Bazzocchi
Das Problem des metaphysischen Subjekts im Wittgensteins „Tractatus” PDF HTML
Heflik Włodzimierz
Wittgenstein on consciousness in “Philosophical Investigations” PDF HTML
Kristijan Krkač
A Complicated Form of Life PDF HTML
Murilo Seabra
On Siamese Twins and Philosophical Zombies: A New Reading of Wittgenstein’s ‘Private Language Argument’ PDF HTML
James Connelly
Two Senses of Common Sense PDF HTML
Zacharoula Renia Gasparatou
The Problem of Simple Objects PDF HTML
Eric Lemaire
Die Relativität von Gewißheiten PDF HTML
Karl Nähr
Über „Aspektsehen“ und dessen enge Verwandtschaft mit dem „Erleben der Bedeutung eines Wortes“ PDF HTML
Marc Müller
Wittgenstein, the artistic way of seeing, and the sense of the world PDF HTML
Gabriele Tomasi
Against Their Own Intention: Problematic Consequences of Ontological Emergence PDF HTML
Georg Gasser
Wittgenstein on the Relationship Between Individual and Community PDF HTML
Chantal Bax
A Naturalistic Method for Therapy not for Science PDF HTML
Marilena Andronico
Wittgenstein on Frege on Connectives PDF HTML
João Vergilio Gallerani Cuter
The Significance of Interculturality for the Problem of (In)Transparency PDF HTML
James M. Thompson
Rorty, Wittgenstein, and the ‘dialogue among civilizations’ PDF HTML
Karel Mom
Ist meine eigene Weltanschuung third-personal enough? PDF HTML
Gerson Brea
‘The riddle does not exist’: Wittgenstein’s Philosophy Revisited in the Context of the Ignorabimus-Dispute PDF HTML
Andrea Reichenberger