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(2001) Bergen international conference (org. A. Pichler, S. Säätelä) Remarks on Wittgenstein’s use of the terms “Sinn”, “sinnlos”, “unsinnig”, “wahr”, and “Gedanke” in Tractatus Abstract audio
Georg Henrik von Wright
 
(2001) Bergen international conference (org. A. Pichler, S. Säätelä) Wittgenstein on truth Abstract video
Hans-Johann Glock
 
(2001) Bergen international conference (org. A. Pichler, S. Säätelä) Remarks on Wittgenstein’s use of the terms “Sinn”, “sinnlos”, “unsinnig”, “wahr”, and “Gedanke” in Tractatus Abstract video
Georg Henrik von Wright
 
(1992) Working Papers No. 5 (eds. P. Henry, A. Utaker) Comment on Poulain's Paper: Propositional Truth and Agent's Knowledge Abstract PDF HTML
Audun Øfsti
 
(2001) Bergen international conference (org. A. Pichler, S. Säätelä) Wittgenstein on truth Abstract audio
Hans-Johann Glock
 
(1992) Working Papers No. 5 (eds. P. Henry, A. Utaker) The Failure of Wittgensteinian Therapy and the Philosophical Law of Truth Abstract PDF HTML
Jacques Poulain
 
(2005-) Bergen occasions (2013) What has history to do with me?' Wittgenstein and history Abstract audio
Hans Sluga
 
(2001) Bergen international conference (org. A. Pichler, S. Säätelä) Comment on: Hans-Johann Glock: Wittgenstein on Truth Abstract video
Kevin Cahill
 
(2008) Publications No. 20 (H. Johannessen) Essay 1: Resolutely Reading the Tractatus Abstract PDF HTML
Harald Johannessen
 
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