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Vol 17: (2011) R. Heinrich, E. Nemeth, W. Pichler, D. Wagner (Eds.): Image and Imaging in Philosophy, Science Anmerkungen zur Grammatik der Wort-Bild-Verbindungen Abstract PDF
Andreas Roser
 
Vol 14: (2010) V. Munz, K. Puhl, J. Wang (Eds.): Language and World. Part One. Essays on the Philosophy of Wittgenstein Wittgenstein on ‘Primitive’ Languages Abstract PDF
Roy Harris
 
Vol 14: (2010) V. Munz, K. Puhl, J. Wang (Eds.): Language and World. Part One. Essays on the Philosophy of Wittgenstein “Our grammar lacks surveyability.” Abstract PDF
Hans Sluga
 
Vol 8: (2008) Jesús Padilla Gálvez (Ed.): Phenomenology as Grammar Phenomenology of Religion and the Grammar of “God” Abstract PDF
Alejandro Tomasini Bassols
 
Vol 6: (2008) Alois Pichler, Herbert Hrachovec (Eds.): Wittgenstein and the Philosophy of Information Grammar and Silence Abstract PDF
Newton Garver
 
Vol 8: (2008) Jesús Padilla Gálvez (Ed.): Phenomenology as Grammar Phänomenologische Probleme des Sehens Abstract PDF
Jesús Padilla Gálvez
 
Vol 10: (2009) John Edelman (Ed.): Sense and Reality. Essays out of Swansea J. R. Jones: ‘How Do I Know Who I Am?’ The Passage from Objects to Grammar Abstract PDF
Walford Gealy
 
Vol 8: (2008) Jesús Padilla Gálvez (Ed.): Phenomenology as Grammar Phänomenologie versus phänomenologische Probleme. Die parallaktische Lösung Wittgensteins Abstract PDF
Sabine Knabenschuh de Porta
 
Vol 8: (2008) Jesús Padilla Gálvez (Ed.): Phenomenology as Grammar Religion und transzendentale Ontologie bei Wittgenstein Abstract PDF
Azelarabe Lahkim Bennani
 
Vol 8: (2008) Jesús Padilla Gálvez (Ed.): Phenomenology as Grammar “Die Grammatik der Bilder”. Drehbuch einer Multimedia-Präsentation Abstract PDF
Andreas Roser
 
Vol 18: (2011) Henrik Voß: Grenzen grammatischer Willkür bei Wittgenstein Grenzen grammatischer Willkür bei Wittgenstein Abstract PDF
Henrik Voss
 
Vol 2: (2006) Alois Pichler / Simo Säätelä (Eds.): Wittgenstein: The Philosopher and his Works A case of early Wittgensteinian dialogism: Stances on the impossibility of “Red and green in the same place” Abstract PDF
Antonia Soulez
 
Vol 14: (2010) V. Munz, K. Puhl, J. Wang (Eds.): Language and World. Part One. Essays on the Philosophy of Wittgenstein A Normative Conception of Necessity: Wittgenstein on Necessary Truths of Logic, Mathematics and Metaphysics Abstract PDF
Peter M. S. Hacker
 
Vol 1: (2006) Friedrich Stadler and Michael Stöltzner (Eds.): Time and History Time, Music and Grammar. When Understanding and Performing What is Understood are Two Facets of the Same Action Abstract PDF
Antonia Soulez
 
Vol 1: (2006) Friedrich Stadler and Michael Stöltzner (Eds.): Time and History Die Theorie der somatisch-neuronalen Entstehung von Werten, die a-chronologische Gedächtniszeit und die Verschränkung von Zeit und Bewerten Abstract PDF
Werner Leinfellner
 
Vol 1: (2006) Friedrich Stadler and Michael Stöltzner (Eds.): Time and History Drei Pioniere der philosophisch-linguistischen Analyse von Zeit und Tempus: Mauthner, Jespersen, Reichenbach Abstract PDF
Elisabeth Leinfellner
 
Vol 8: (2008) Jesús Padilla Gálvez (Ed.): Phenomenology as Grammar Hegels “spekulativer Satz” als “grammatische Bewegung” (Wittgenstein) Abstract PDF
Wilhelm Lütterfelds
 
Vol 14: (2010) V. Munz, K. Puhl, J. Wang (Eds.): Language and World. Part One. Essays on the Philosophy of Wittgenstein Coming to Language: Wittgenstein’s Social ‘Theory’ of Language Acquisition Abstract PDF
Danièle Moyal-Sharrock
 
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