(2009) Papers of the 32nd IWS (eds. V. A. Munz, K. Puhl, J. Wang)

Papers of the 32nd International Wittgenstein Symposium 9-15 August 2009. Sprache und Welt - Language and World. Eds. Volker A. Munz, Klaus Puhl, Joseph Wang. Kirchberg am Wechsel: ALWS 2009.

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Die Musik als „ancilla philosophiae“ – Überlegungen zu Ludwig Wittgenstein und Nikolaus Cusanus PDF HTML
Johannes Leopold Mayer
„Es ist ein Beispiel, bei dem man Gedanken haben kann.“: Wittgenstein liest Hebel PDF HTML
David Wagner
Language and Logic in Wittgenstein’s Tractatus, or Why “an Elementary Proposition Really Contains All Logical Operations in Itself” (TLP 5 PDF HTML
Daniele Mezzadri
Practical Norms of Linguistic Entities PDF HTML
Anna Laktionova
“Reality” and “Construction” as Equivalent Evaluation-Functions in Algebra of Formal Axiology: A New Attitude to the Controversy between Logicism-Formalism and Intuitionism-Constructivism PDF HTML
Vladimir Olegovich Lobovikov
Language and World in Wittgenstein: the True Social Bonding PDF HTML
Ratikanta Panda
Perception, Language and Cognitive Success PDF HTML
Tadeusz Czarnecki
Sprache und Wirklichkeit in Nāgārjunas Mūlamadhyamakakārikā PDF HTML
Kiran Desai-Breun
Die Kritik der Metaphysik im Werk L. Wittgensteins „Philosophische Untersuchungen“ PDF HTML
Paul Antolievich Stolbovskiy
Philosophical Pictures and the Birth of ‘the Mind’ PDF HTML
Eugen Fischer
How May the Aesthetic Language of Artwork Represent Reality PDF HTML
Dan Nesher
Marks of Mathematical Concepts PDF HTML
Montgomery Link
Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus – the Introduction of the Archetypal Sign of Logic PDF HTML
Diana Bantchovska
Is the Resolute Reading Really Inconsistent?: Trying to Get Clear on Hacker vs. Diamond/Conant PDF HTML
Michael Maurer
The World as States of Affairs in Wittgenstein and Armstrong PDF HTML
Alexandr Sobancev
A Lexicological Study on Animal Fixed Expressions PDF HTML
Shelley Ching-yu Hsieh
Action, Morality and Language PDF HTML
Marek Pyka
Husserl, Wittgenstein, Apel: Communicative Expectations and Communicative Reality PDF HTML
Andrey Pavlenko
The Argument from Normativity against Dispositional Analyses of Meaning PDF HTML
Andrea Guardo
Wittgenstein on Realism, Ethics and Aesthetics PDF HTML
Mario Brandhorst
Schoenberg and Wittgenstein: the Odd Couple PDF HTML
Eran Guter
Wittgenstein, Dworkin and Rules PDF HTML
Maija Aalto-Heinilä
The Topology of Existential Experience: Wittgenstein and Derrida (Between Reality and Construction) PDF HTML
Xymena Synak-Pskit
Against Expressionism: Wittgenstein, Searle, and Semantic Content PDF HTML
Brandon Absher
Was Wittgenstein a Normativist about Meaning? PDF HTML
Claudine Verheggen
Wittgenstein versus Hilbert PDF HTML
Hartley Slater
Wittgenstein and Sellars on Thinking PDF HTML
Stefan Brandt
‘Viewing my Night’: a Comparison between the Thinking of Max Beckmann and Ludwig Wittgenstein PDF HTML
Dejan Makovec
Bedeutungserlebnis and Lebensgefühl in Kant and Wittgenstein: Responsibility and the Future. PDF HTML
Christian Helmut Wenzel
The Interlocutor Equivocation PDF HTML
Ben Walker
Compositionality from a “Use-Theoretic” Perspective PDF HTML
Edgar José Andrade-Lotero
Language Change and Imagination PDF HTML
Christian Herzog
Eine Überprüfung von Norman Malcolms Bemerkungen über die Verwundbarkeit unserer objektiven Gewissheiten PDF HTML
José M. Ariso
Elucidation in Transition of Wittgenstein’s Philosophy PDF HTML
Yasushi Maruyama
Über das Unaussprechliche beim frühen und späten Wittgenstein PDF HTML
Florian Franken
Semiotische Dreiecke als Problem für den radikalen Konstruktivismus PDF HTML
August Fenk
Unshadowed Anti-Realism PDF HTML
Adam Wallace
The Multiple Complete Systems Conception as Fil Conducteur of Wittgenstein’s Philosophy of Mathematics PDF HTML
Mauro Engelmann
Beyond Mental Representation: Dualism Revisited PDF HTML
Zsuzsanna Kondor
Ethics and Private Language PDF HTML
Sibel Oktar
Metaphor: Perceiving an Internal Relation PDF HTML
Jakub Mácha
Our ‘Form of Life’ Revealed in the Action of Language PDF HTML
Cecilia B. Beristain
MacIntyre and Malcolm on the Continuity Between the Animal and the Human PDF HTML
Tove Österman
Aussage und Bedeutung. Skizze einer postanalytischen Bedeutungstheorie PDF HTML
Axel Pichler
Is ‘a = a’ Apriori? PDF HTML
Wolfgang Freitag
Morals in the World-Picture PDF HTML
Tobias Matzner
Wittgenstein, Brandom und der analytische Pragmatismus PDF HTML
Stefan Tolksdorf
Zwei Dilemmata – McDowell und Davidson über Sprache, Erfahrung und Welt PDF HTML
Jens Kertscher
From Practical Attitude to Normative Status: Defending Brandom's Solution of the Rule-Following Problem PDF HTML
Matthias Kiesselbach
Wittgenstein on the Self-Identity of Objects PDF HTML
Cyrus Panjvani
Wittgenstein, Reflexivity and the Social Construction of Reality PDF HTML
Gavin Sullivan
Die „Tatsache“ und das „Mystische“ – „wittgensteinische“ Annäherungen an Heimito von Doderers Roman „Die Wasserfälle von Slunj“ PDF HTML
Annelore Mayer
Language as Environment: an Ecological Approach to Wittgenstein’s Form of Life PDF HTML
Pierluigi Biancini
From Practical Attitude to Normative Status: Defending Brandom's Solution of the Rule-Following Problem PDF HTML
Feng-Wei Wu
Language and Reality: a Wittgensteinian Reading of Bhartrhari PDF HTML
Kali Charan Pandey
On the Origin and Compilation of ‘Cause and Effect: Intuitive Awareness’ PDF HTML
Kim van Gennip
Language-Use as a Grammatical Construction of the World PDF HTML
Paul Barroso
Form – Wirklichkeit – Repräsentation PDF HTML
Włodzimierz Heflik
Interpretation of Psychological Concepts in Wittgenstein PDF HTML
Antonio Bova
Life and Death of Signs and Pictures: Wittgenstein on Living Pictures and Forms of Life PDF HTML
Sabine Plaud
On the Linguistic Turn, Again: a Rortian Note on the ‘Williamson/Hacker-Controversy’ PDF HTML
Timo Vuorio
The Points of the Picture: Hertz and Wittgenstein on the Picture Theory PDF HTML
Matthew McCall
A Response to Child’s Objection to Common-Sense Realism PDF HTML
Olaf Ellefson
Private Sensation and Private Language PDF HTML
Qun Gong
Meaning without Rules: Language as Experiential Identity PDF HTML
Donald V. Poochigian
Tractatus 6.3751 PDF HTML
João Vergilio Gallerani Cuter
External Reference and Residual Magic PDF HTML
Paul Schweizer
In Pursuit of Ordinary: Performativity in Judith Butler and J. L. Austin PDF HTML
Aydan Turanli
A Digitalized Tractarian World PDF HTML
Sun Bok Bae
Cubes, Clouds & Reading the Philosophical Investigations PDF HTML
Rebekah Rutkoff
‘Meaning as Use’ in Psychotherapy: How to Understand ‘You have my Mind in the Drawer of your Desk PDF HTML
John M. Heaton
Model-Theoretic Languages as Formal Ontologies PDF HTML
Elena Dragalina Chernaya
Wittgenstein, Turing, and the ‘Finitude’ of Language PDF HTML
Paul Livingston
Moore’s Paradox and the Context Principle PDF HTML
Yrsa Neuman
Similitudo – Wittgenstein and the Beauty of Connection PDF HTML
Sandra Markewitz
Language in Dreams: A Threat to Linguistic Antiskepticism PDF HTML
Konstantin Meissner
Constructions and the Other PDF HTML
Ondrej Beran
Philosophy and Language PDF HTML
Karel Mom
Correlation, Correspondence and the Bounds of Linguistic Behavior PDF HTML
Eli Dresner
No Nonsense Wittgenstein PDF HTML
Thomas Wallgren
Cavell on the Ethical Point of the Investigations PDF HTML
Matteo Falomi
Maps vs. Aspects: Notes on a Radical Interpretation PDF HTML
Ákos Polgárdi
Peirce on Colour (with Reference to Wittgenstein) PDF HTML
Barbara Saunders
Phenomenal Concepts and the Hard Problem PDF HTML
Martina Fürst
Ist die Intentionalität eine notwendige Bedingung für die Satzbedeutung? PDF HTML
Joelma Marques de Carvalho
Second Thoughts on Wittgenstein’s Secondary Sense PDF HTML
Vasso Kindi
From the Prototractatus to the Tractatus PDF HTML
Luciano Bazzocchi
Wittgenstein Repudiates Metaphysical Chatter, Not Metaphysics per se PDF HTML
Earl Stanley B. Fronda
Understanding Architecture as Inessential PDF HTML
Carolyn Fahey
Searle on Representation: a Relation between Language and Consciousness PDF HTML
Ranjan K. Panda
Wittgenstein and Skepticism About Expression PDF HTML
Stina Bäckström
A Study in Bi-logic (a Reflection on Wittgenstein) PDF HTML
Tzu-Keng Fu
Aspects of Modernism and Modernity in Wittgenstein’s Early Thought PDF HTML
Dimitris Gakis
On Intensional Interpretations of Scientific Theories PDF HTML
Terje Aaberge
The Thought (Gedanke): the Early Wittgenstein PDF HTML
Sushobhona Pal
"Facts, Facts, and Facts but No Ethics": a Philosophical Remark on Dethroning PDF HTML
Anat Matar
Vom Bildspiel zum Sprachspiel – Wieviel Kompositphotographie steckt in der Logik der Familienähnlichkeit PDF HTML
Ulrich Richtmeyer
Wittgenstein’s Conception of Moral Universality PDF HTML
Lumberto Mendoza
Language and Responsibility PDF HTML
Anne-Marie Christensen
Ian Hacking über die Sprachabhängigkeit von Handlungen und das „Erfinden“ von Leuten PDF HTML
Rico Hauswald
Mind, Language, Activity: the Problem of Consciousness PDF HTML
Leszek Koczanowicz
Social Externalism and Conceptual Falsehood PDF HTML
Bolesław Czarnecki
Language and the World PDF HTML
Nancy Brenner
Wittgenstein’s Philosophical Methods in On Certainty PDF HTML
Brian Rogers
Umfasst Wittgensteins früher Bildbegriff das literarische Bild (bildliches Sprechen)? PDF HTML
Christian Erbacher
Critique of Language and Sense of the World: Wittgenstein’s Two Philosophies PDF HTML
Marco Bastianelli
A Note on Wittgenstein’s Tractatus and Tolstoy’s Gospel in Brief PDF HTML
Peter K. Westergaard
The Linguistic Optimism: On Metaphysical Roots of Logic in Wittgenstein’s Tractatus PDF HTML
Marcos Silva