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(2010) Papers of the 33rd IWS (eds. E. Nemeth, R. Heinrich, W. Pichler) Das Zebraproblem Abstract PDF HTML
Martin Lemke
 
(2009) Papers of the 32nd IWS (eds. V. A. Munz, K. Puhl, J. Wang) "Facts, Facts, and Facts but No Ethics": a Philosophical Remark on Dethroning Abstract PDF HTML
Anat Matar
 
(2003) Papers of the 26th IWS (eds. W. Löffler, P. Weingartner) Predictive Knowledge in Wittgenstein Abstract PDF HTML
Antonio Marques
 
(2001) Papers of the 24th IWS (eds. R. Haller, K. Puhl) Der Philosoph als Fremdenführer: Anmerkungen zur Selbstbezüglichkeit von Wittgensteins Philosophieren Abstract PDF HTML
Klaus von Stosch
 
(2001) Papers of the 24th IWS (eds. R. Haller, K. Puhl) 'Description Alone' and the Future of Philosophy Abstract PDF HTML
Daniel D. Hutto
 
(2004) Papers of the 27th IWS (eds. J. Chr. Marek, M. E. Reicher) Wittgenstein’s Way of Working and the Nature of Experience Abstract PDF HTML
Nuno Venturinha
 
(2002) Papers of the 25th IWS (eds. Chr. Kanzian, J. Quitterer, E. Runggaldier) Wittgenstein's Contributions to Philosophy Abstract PDF HTML
James M. Thompson
 
(2008) Papers of the 31st IWS (eds. A. Hieke, H. Leitgeb) Wittgenstein on Frazer and Explanation Abstract PDF HTML
Keith Dromm
 
(2009) Papers of the 32nd IWS (eds. V. A. Munz, K. Puhl, J. Wang) Ian Hacking über die Sprachabhängigkeit von Handlungen und das „Erfinden“ von Leuten Abstract PDF HTML
Rico Hauswald
 
(2001) Papers of the 24th IWS (eds. R. Haller, K. Puhl) Wittgenstein on Dissimulation and the Constitution of the Inner Abstract PDF HTML
Antonio Marques
 
(2010) Papers of the 33rd IWS (eds. E. Nemeth, R. Heinrich, W. Pichler) Seeing the Investigations Through Cubist Eyes Abstract PDF HTML
Beth Savickey
 
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