Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
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978-0-7425-1270-2 • Hardback • May 2003 • $210.00 • (£162.00)
James Klagge is professor of philosophy at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Alfred Nordmann is associate professor of philosophy at the University of South Carolina.
Part 1 Private Occasions
Chapter 2 Movements of Thought: Diaries, 1930-1932, 1936-1937
Chapter 3 Ludwig Hänsel-Ludwig Wittgenstein: A Friendship, 1929-1940
Part 4 Public Occasions
Chapter 5 The Wittgenstein Lectures
Chapter 6 Wittgenstein and the Trinity Mathematical Society: 1930 and 1940
Chapter 7 Cambridge Moral Science Club Meetings: Prince and Wittgenstein, February, 1939
Chapter 8 Discussions between Wittgenstein, Waddington, and Thouless: Summer, 1941
Chapter 9 Cambridge Moral Science Club Meetings: Popper and Wittgenstein, Fall, 1946
Chapter 10 Wittgenstein's Saturday Discussions: 1946-1947
Part 11 Appendix : 2001 Addendum to von Wright's "The Wittgenstein Papers"
With their lively translation and rich annotations, James Klagge and Alfred Nordmann strenthen our exegetical resources for approaching and better understanding Wittgenstein's philosophy.
— Philosophy in Review
The publication of this book is an important event for Wittgenstein scholarship and a wonderful opportunity for anyone who knows a little about either Wittgenstein's life or his work to learn more.
— Metapsychology Online