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(2009) Papers of the 32nd IWS (eds. V. A. Munz, K. Puhl, J. Wang) Ist die Intentionalität eine notwendige Bedingung für die Satzbedeutung? Abstract PDF HTML
Joelma Marques de Carvalho
 
(2010) Papers of the 33rd IWS (eds. E. Nemeth, R. Heinrich, W. Pichler) A Use-Therapeutic Approach to Meaning Abstract PDF HTML
Bernhard Ritter
 
(2009) Papers of the 32nd IWS (eds. V. A. Munz, K. Puhl, J. Wang) Aussage und Bedeutung. Skizze einer postanalytischen Bedeutungstheorie Abstract PDF HTML
Axel Pichler
 
(2008) Papers of the 31st IWS (eds. A. Hieke, H. Leitgeb) Metaphorische Bedeutung als virtus dormitiva Abstract PDF HTML
Jakub Mácha
 
(2010) Papers of the 33rd IWS (eds. E. Nemeth, R. Heinrich, W. Pichler) Aesthetics and a Secondary Use of ‚Meaning‘? On Stephen Mulhall’s Vision of Wittgenstein Abstract PDF HTML
Christian Herzog
 
(2009) Papers of the 32nd IWS (eds. V. A. Munz, K. Puhl, J. Wang) Language and Reality: a Wittgensteinian Reading of Bhartrhari Abstract PDF HTML
Kali Charan Pandey
 
(2010) Papers of the 33rd IWS (eds. E. Nemeth, R. Heinrich, W. Pichler) Imaging Meaning Abstract PDF HTML
Jean G. Horta
 
(2009) Papers of the 32nd IWS (eds. V. A. Munz, K. Puhl, J. Wang) Correlation, Correspondence and the Bounds of Linguistic Behavior Abstract PDF HTML
Eli Dresner
 
(2009) Papers of the 32nd IWS (eds. V. A. Munz, K. Puhl, J. Wang) The Argument from Normativity against Dispositional Analyses of Meaning Abstract PDF HTML
Andrea Guardo
 
(2007) Papers of the 30th IWS (eds. H. Hrachovec, A. Pichler, J. Wang) A Digital Turn In Philosophy and Wittgenstein about “Is” Abstract PDF HTML
Vladimir Olegovich Lobovikov
 
(2009) Papers of the 32nd IWS (eds. V. A. Munz, K. Puhl, J. Wang) Language in Dreams: A Threat to Linguistic Antiskepticism Abstract PDF HTML
Konstantin Meissner
 
(2001) Papers of the 24th IWS (eds. R. Haller, K. Puhl) Wittgenstein on Logical Necessity: Two Interpretations Abstract PDF HTML
Patrice Philie
 
(2005) Papers of the 28th IWS (eds. F. Stadler, M. Stöltzner) Meaning as Use: Peirce and Wittgenstein Abstract PDF HTML
Pentti Määttänen
 
(2006) Papers of the 29th IWS (eds. G. Gasser, Chr. Kanzian, E. Runggaldier) Wittgenstein on the Relationship Between Individual and Community Abstract PDF HTML
Chantal Bax
 
(2004) Papers of the 27th IWS (eds. J. Chr. Marek, M. E. Reicher) Explaining the Seemingly Self-Interpreting Character of a Formula Abstract PDF HTML
Kai-Yuan Cheng
 
(2001) Papers of the 24th IWS (eds. R. Haller, K. Puhl) Why study Wittgenstein's diagrams? Abstract PDF HTML
Michael Biggs
 
(2006) Papers of the 29th IWS (eds. G. Gasser, Chr. Kanzian, E. Runggaldier) How to Make Opposite Ends Meet Abstract PDF HTML
Aysegul Cakal
 
(2001) Papers of the 24th IWS (eds. R. Haller, K. Puhl) How Dissolving The Rule-Following Paradox Can Give Philosophy A Future Abstract PDF HTML
Claudine Verheggen
 
(2001) Papers of the 24th IWS (eds. R. Haller, K. Puhl) Wittgenstein And Computationalism Abstract PDF HTML
S. Jack Odell
 
(2006) Papers of the 29th IWS (eds. G. Gasser, Chr. Kanzian, E. Runggaldier) Wittgenstein's Paperwork. An Example from the “Big Typescript” Abstract PDF HTML
Herbert Hrachovec
 
(2005) Papers of the 28th IWS (eds. F. Stadler, M. Stöltzner) Explanation and Definition: On Hallett on Wittgenstein Abstract PDF HTML
Craig Fox
 
(2003) Papers of the 26th IWS (eds. W. Löffler, P. Weingartner) Sense and Substance in Wittgenstein’s Tractatus Abstract PDF HTML
Maija Aalto-Heinilä
 
(2010) Papers of the 33rd IWS (eds. E. Nemeth, R. Heinrich, W. Pichler) How Pictorial is Chinese? And Does it Matter? Abstract PDF HTML
Christian Helmut Wenzel
 
(2008) Papers of the 31st IWS (eds. A. Hieke, H. Leitgeb) Referential Practice and the Lure of Augustinianism Abstract PDF HTML
Michael Ashcroft
 
(2001) Papers of the 24th IWS (eds. R. Haller, K. Puhl) Wittgenstein's Private Language Arguments Abstract PDF HTML
Brian Garrett
 
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