(2010) Papers of the 33rd IWS (eds. E. Nemeth, R. Heinrich, W. Pichler)

Papers of the 33rd International Wittgenstein Symposium 8-14 August 2010. Bild und Bildlichkeit in Philosophie, Wissenschaft und Kunst - Image and Imaging in Philosophy, Science, and the Arts. Eds. Elisabeth Nemeth, Richard Heinrich, Wolfram Pichler. Kirchberg am Wechsel: ALWS 2010.

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Moral Judgments as Part of What Ethics Must Show PDF HTML
Janyne Sattler
Toward Wittgenstein as a Common Sense Philosopher PDF HTML
Eric Lemaire
Logic and its Application in Ludwig Wittgenstein’s Early Philosophy PDF HTML
Mateusz Marek Radzki
Aesthetics and a Secondary Use of ‚Meaning‘? On Stephen Mulhall’s Vision of Wittgenstein PDF HTML
Christian Herzog
On the Invention of Reasons that do Not Motivate - A Wittgensteinian/Sellarsian Take on Humeanism PDF HTML
Matthias Kiesselbach
Russell vs. Wittgenstein: In Defense of Russell (A Reply to Some Old Thesis of Peter Hacker’s Interpretation of Wittgenstein’s Tractatus) PDF HTML
Henrique Jales Ribeiro
Wittgenstein’s Conception of Language in Teaching and in the Comprehension of Concepts PDF HTML
Cristiane Gottschalk
Gestalt Switch, Illusion and Epistemic Switch PDF HTML
Tadeusz Czarnecki
Are Images in the Tractatus Isomorphic to Facts? PDF HTML
Marco Carapezza
Against the Psychologistic Reading of the Tractatus 3.11 PDF HTML
Yasushi Nomura
Wittgenstein on Art and Creative Imagination: “How to Understand ‘Genius’ as Courage in Talent and Character Manifested Through Talent” PDF HTML
Fulya Özlem
Wie stark hängen Mikroskopie-Bilder von Theorien ab? PDF HTML
Tobias Breidenmoser
Wittgenstein on Culture PDF HTML
Ratikanta Panda
Logik als Spiegelbild der Welt. Das Problem des Isomorphismus und der Autonomie der Logik im Tractatus PDF HTML
Włodzimierz Heflik
Dejan Makovec
Warum sind die Gegenstände des Tractatus einfach? PDF HTML
Susanne Huber
Imaging Meaning PDF HTML
Jean G. Horta
There is no ‘I’ in ‘Image’: Wittgenstein’s Image Forming, the Visual Room and the Boundaries of Language and Space PDF HTML
Jane Mustard
Do We Really Need Negative Atomic Facts to Make Sense Out of the Tractarian Sense Theory? PDF HTML
Marcos Silva
Übersetzen als normative Tätigkeit PDF HTML
Paulo Oliveira
Ist das Wort Pfanne eindeutig ins Rumänische zu übersetzen? Vom Umgang mit einem Wort als Transporteur eines Bildes PDF HTML
Annelore Mayer
How Pictorial is Chinese? And Does it Matter? PDF HTML
Christian Helmut Wenzel
Adornos Konzept mimetischen Verhaltens – ein Kommentar mit Wittgenstein PDF HTML
Nicolas Dierks
Ethics as a Primary Form of Linguistic Inquiry PDF HTML
Yaniv Iczkovits
Poetic Seeing in Wittgenstein and the Contemporary Avant-Garde Theatre PDF HTML
Ioana Jucan
Von der versagenden Sprache zum verklanglichten Bild – Mechthild von Magdeburgs tönende figurata locutio PDF HTML
Johannes Leopold Mayer
Between writing and picturing: The square of opposition in formal logic and formal axiology of alethic and deontic modalities PDF HTML
Vladimir Olegovich Lobovikov
Methodologische Aspekte des Bildgebrauchs bei Wittgenstein PDF HTML
Marianne Richter
Hesiods Thaumas und Platons Mythos von den Zikaden: Bilder für Wittgensteins Staunen PDF HTML
Ilse Somavilla
‘Operating with words’ and the Shopping Scene PDF HTML
Ioana Nafornita
Perception and Depiction in the Light of Embodiment PDF HTML
Zsuzsanna Kondor
Seeing Qualitons as Qualia. A Dialogue with Wittgenstein on Private Experience, Sense Data and the Ontology of Mind PDF HTML
Hilan Bensusan
Picturing Semantic Relations PDF HTML
Terje Aaberge
Intention in Aesthetics PDF HTML
Alberto Arruda
Some Thoughts on Wittgensteinian “Nonsense” and the Use of Metaphor PDF HTML
Athanassios Sakellariadis
Independence vs. Compossibility PDF HTML
Ralf Funke
Von internen Relationen und Eigenschaften zur Grammatik PDF HTML
Christian Milerferli
Waste Articulated: Derrida via Beckettean WATT PDF HTML
Xymena Synak-Pskit
Das Selbstbild bei Ludwig Wittgenstein im Gegensatz zu René Descartes PDF HTML
Bettina Müller
Das Problem der Anwendung bei Gadamer und Wittgenstein PDF HTML
Florian Franken
Picturing as Mapping: A Mark of Continuity in Wittgenstein’s Notion of Representation PDF HTML
Sabine Plaud
On knowing Oneself by Outward Criteria (PI II iv) PDF HTML
Sandra Markewitz
Beginning Without the Saying/Showing Distinction PDF HTML
Luke McNulty
Bild, Sagen, Zeigen. Wittgensteins visuelles Denken PDF HTML
Fabian Goppelsröder
Literature: Picture, Language Game, Picture Again PDF HTML
Ondrej Beran
The von Wright and Wittgenstein Archives in Helsinki (WWA): A Unique Resource PDF HTML
Bernt Österman
A Proposed Solution to Two Puzzles in Mathematical Mapping PDF HTML
Donald V. Poochigian
Picturing Myself: A Wittgensteinian Conception of the Artist’s Self Portrait PDF HTML
Cecilia B. Beristain
Seeing-As, Seeing-In, Seeing-With: Looking Through Images PDF HTML
Emmanuel Alloa
Von der Grammatik der Sprache zur Grammatik der Natur PDF HTML
Marc Müller
A Note on the History of F. A. von Hayek’s Unpublished ‘Sketch of a Biography of Ludwig Wittgenstein’ PDF HTML
Christian Erbacher
Throwing Away the Ladder Before Climbing it PDF HTML
Dimitris Gakis
Contemplation of the Variety of the World PDF HTML
Timo Koistinen
Wittgenstein’s Picture Theory of Language as a Key to Modern Physics PDF HTML
Hans Herlof Grelland
Wittgenstein’s Picture Theory of Language and Self-Reference PDF HTML
Radek Schuster
Das Zebraproblem PDF HTML
Martin Lemke
Wie wirklich ist die Wirklichkeit? Wissenschaftliche Fotografien als Daten PDF HTML
Nicola Mößner
Saying and Showing in Art. The Ethical Moment in Aesthetics. Egon Schiele’s Works in Prison as a Sample Case. PDF HTML
Carla Carmona Escalera
The Philosophical Relevance of Wittgenstein’s Discussion of Experiences of Meaning PDF HTML
Michel ter Hark
Einprägsame Bilder: Paradigmen ohne Beweiskraft PDF HTML
Ulrich Richtmeyer
Wittgenstein, Grammar and Response-Dependence PDF HTML
Tracy Bowell
The role of productive imagination in creating artworks and discovering scientific hypotheses PDF HTML
Dan Nesher
About Pictures which Held Us Captive – Richard Rorty Reads Wittgenstein PDF HTML
Sebastian Kletzl
Das Problem des Abbildes PDF HTML
Tomasz Kubalica
The Face of the Work of Art: Wittgenstein on Expression PDF HTML
Bernard J. Rhie
A Use-Therapeutic Approach to Meaning PDF HTML
Bernhard Ritter
Keim and Bereitschaft: Readiness and Embodiments PDF HTML
Jérôme Letourneur
Das Kunstwerk als Aspekt der Kultur PDF HTML
Jakub Mácha
Know-How: Certainty, Mastery or Both? PDF HTML
Britt Harrison
Einstellung, Aspect and Hinges in Wittgenstein’s Work PDF HTML
Pierluigi Biancini
Was es heißt, den Menschen als Menschen zu sehen: Wittgenstein und der Existenzialismus PDF HTML
Thomas Wachtendorf
Seeing the Investigations Through Cubist Eyes PDF HTML
Beth Savickey
Form und Inhalt in der Musik – Wittgensteins Beitrag zu einem zentralen musikphilosophischen Problem PDF HTML
Katrin Eggers
Linking Disposition Ascriptions and Conditionals: A Wittgensteinian Approach PDF HTML
Kai-Yuan Cheng
Simulation Theory With or Without Introspection: An Expressivist Compromise PDF HTML
John Michael
Ruhe, Vergnügen und Selbsterkenntnis in der Philosophie PDF HTML
Tomáš Došek
The Aesthetic Commitment of Philosophical Analysis PDF HTML
Marilena Andronico
As Far as the Eye can Reach: Complete Analysis in the Intermediate Wittgenstein PDF HTML
Rafael Lopes Azize
On Text-Setting as Aspect-Seeing by Means of Music PDF HTML
Panos Vlagopoulos
Hume’s Problem, Occam’s Razor, and Wittgenstein’s Standpoint of Common Sense PDF HTML
August Fenk
Imagining Scientific Objects as a Bridge Between Metaphysics and Science PDF HTML
Luis Flores-Hernandez