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(1994) Working Papers No. 8 Untersuchungen zu Wittgensteins Nachlaß Abstract PDF HTML
Alois Pichler
(1997) Working Papers No. 14 Wittgensteins Philosophische Untersuchungen: Zur Textgenese von PU §§1-4 Abstract PDF HTML
Alois Pichler
(1998) Working Papers No. 15 (eds. W. Krüger, A. Pichler) A Survey of the Duplicate Pages in Wittgenstein's TS 210, TS 211 and TS 213 Abstract PDF HTML
Peter Cripps
(2009) Rome interviews of H.W. Krüger and A. Pichler (org. Discovery, RaiNet) Wittgenstein's Nachlass Abstract video
Alois Pichler
(1996) Working Papers No. 11 Editing Wittgenstein’s "Notes on Logic", 2 volumes Abstract HTML No. 11(a) PDF No. 11(a) PDF No. 11(b)
Michael A.R. Biggs
(1991) Working Papers No. 1 Ludwig Wittgenstein, Vermischte Bemerkungen: Liste der Manuskriptquellen. Ludwig Wittgenstein, Culture and Value: A List of Source Manuscripts Abstract PDF HTML
Alois Pichler
(1998) Working Papers No. 15 (eds. W. Krüger, A. Pichler) A Note on Wittgenstein's Remark: "Es ist schwer, mit einem Messer im Leib zu arbeiten" Abstract PDF HTML
Peter Cripps
(1998) Working Papers No. 15 (eds. W. Krüger, A. Pichler) Catalogue of the Trinity College Library Microfilm of Wittgenstein's Nachlass Abstract PDF HTML
Peter Cripps
(2005-) Bergen occasions (2013) Wittgenstein's heirs: R. Rhes, G. H. von Wright and G.E.M. Anscombe as students, colleagues and friends of Ludwig WittgensteinRhees and G.H. von Wright as students of Wittgenstein - Work in Progess) Abstract audio
Christian Erbacher
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