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(2007) Papers of the 30th IWS (eds. H. Hrachovec, A. Pichler, J. Wang) Scepticism and Later Wittgenstein Abstract PDF HTML
Priyambada Sarkar
 
(2003) Papers of the 26th IWS (eds. W. Löffler, P. Weingartner) Aspekte philosophischer und religiöser Gewißheit bei Ludwig Wittgenstein Abstract PDF HTML
Ilse Somavilla
 
(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
 
(2004) Papers of the 27th IWS (eds. J. Chr. Marek, M. E. Reicher) The Wittgensteinian Idea of Analysis as a Base for Constructive Contemporary Scepticism Abstract PDF HTML
Aleksandra Derra
 
(2010) Papers of the 33rd IWS (eds. E. Nemeth, R. Heinrich, W. Pichler) Hume’s Problem, Occam’s Razor, and Wittgenstein’s Standpoint of Common Sense Abstract PDF HTML
August Fenk
 
(2010) Papers of the 33rd IWS (eds. E. Nemeth, R. Heinrich, W. Pichler) Das Selbstbild bei Ludwig Wittgenstein im Gegensatz zu René Descartes Abstract PDF HTML
Bettina Müller
 
(2001) Papers of the 24th IWS (eds. R. Haller, K. Puhl) Self-Identification and Some Versions of the Dream-Argument Abstract PDF HTML
Tadeusz Czarnecki
 
(2007) Papers of the 30th IWS (eds. H. Hrachovec, A. Pichler, J. Wang) The Erosion of Certainty Abstract PDF HTML
Silvia Lanzetta
 
(2009) Papers of the 32nd IWS (eds. V. A. Munz, K. Puhl, J. Wang) Zwei Dilemmata – McDowell und Davidson über Sprache, Erfahrung und Welt Abstract PDF HTML
Jens Kertscher
 
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