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Vol 2: (2006) Alois Pichler / Simo Säätelä (Eds.): Wittgenstein: The Philosopher and his Works Impure reason vindicated Abstract PDF
Allan Janik
 
Vol 7: (2008) Herbert Hrachovec, Alois Pichler (Eds.): Philosophy of the Information Society On our Knowledge of Markets for Knowledge—A Survey Abstract PDF
Gerhard Clemenz
 
Vol 7: (2008) Herbert Hrachovec, Alois Pichler (Eds.): Philosophy of the Information Society Internet and the flow of knowledge: Which ethical and political challenges will we face? Abstract PDF
Niels Gottschalk-Mazouz
 
Vol 3: (2007) Christian Kanzian, Edmund Runggaldier (Eds.): Cultures. Conflict - Analysis - Dialogue Knowledge and Abilities in Action Abstract PDF
Jennifer Hornsby
 
Vol 11: (2009) Alexander Hieke, Hannes Leitgeb (Eds.): Reduction – Abstraction – Analysis. CONTEXTUALISM, RELATIVISM, AND FACTIVITY. ANALYZING ‘KNOWLEDGE’ AFTER THE NEW LINGUISTIC TURN IN EPISTEMOLOGY Abstract PDF
Elke Brendel
 
Vol 2: (2006) Alois Pichler / Simo Säätelä (Eds.): Wittgenstein: The Philosopher and his Works Taking avowals seriously: The soul a public affair Abstract PDF
Eike von Savigny
 
Vol 7: (2008) Herbert Hrachovec, Alois Pichler (Eds.): Philosophy of the Information Society Towards a Philosophy of the Mobile Information Society Abstract PDF
Kristóf Nyíri
 
Vol 10: (2009) John Edelman (Ed.): Sense and Reality. Essays out of Swansea Howard Mounce: Wittgensteinian Transcendent Realism? Abstract PDF
Michael Weston
 
Vol 1: (2006) Friedrich Stadler and Michael Stöltzner (Eds.): Time and History Time and Self Abstract PDF
Katia Saporiti
 
Vol 15: (2010) V. Munz, K. Puhl, J. Wang (Eds.): Language and World. Part Two. Signs, Minds and Actions Generisches Wissen in kategorialen Inferenzstrukturen: Zur Metaphysik des Begrifflichen Abstract PDF
Pirmin Stekeler-Weithofer
 
Vol 2: (2006) Alois Pichler / Simo Säätelä (Eds.): Wittgenstein: The Philosopher and his Works Of knowledge and of knowing that someone is in pain Abstract PDF
Peter M. S. Hacker
 
Vol 11: (2009) Alexander Hieke, Hannes Leitgeb (Eds.): Reduction – Abstraction – Analysis. ED ZALTA’S VERSION OF NEO-LOGICISM – A FRIENDLY LETTER OF COMPLAINT Abstract PDF
Philip A. Ebert, Marcus Rossberg
 
Vol 3: (2007) Christian Kanzian, Edmund Runggaldier (Eds.): Cultures. Conflict - Analysis - Dialogue Folk Psychology and Proverb Knowledge as Common Knowledge in Decision-Making Abstract PDF
Marion Ledwig
 
Vol 14: (2010) V. Munz, K. Puhl, J. Wang (Eds.): Language and World. Part One. Essays on the Philosophy of Wittgenstein How to Make Wittgenstein’s Concept of Meaning Complete? Abstract PDF
Ilya Kasavin
 
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 14: (2010) V. Munz, K. Puhl, J. Wang (Eds.): Language and World. Part One. Essays on the Philosophy of Wittgenstein Wissende und Zweifelnde – Wittgensteins „Doppelangriff“ Abstract PDF
Anja Weiberg
 
Vol 11: (2009) Alexander Hieke, Hannes Leitgeb (Eds.): Reduction – Abstraction – Analysis. REPLY TO P. EBERT AND M. ROSSBERG’S FRIENDLY LETTER OF COMPLAINT Abstract PDF
Edward N. Zalta
 
Vol 5: (2007) Chr. Kanzian, M. Legenhausen (Eds.): Substance and Attribute. Western and Islamic Traditions in Dialogue Reshaping the Concept of Substance: The Renegade Ockham Abstract PDF
Hans Kraml
 
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