Wittgenstein on Mind and Language

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Appendix: Passages from the Unpublished Wittgenstein Papers (Nachlass)
This appendix provides the German for all passages from the unpublished Wittgenstein papers that are translated in the text. Each passage is identified by chapter and footnote; the number usually locates the place in the text where the passage occurs, but on some occasions, it refers to a passage in the footnote itself. While I have tried to provide accurate transcriptions, I have not attempted to show as much information about the text as can be found in the Bergen Wittgenstein Archive transcriptions; for instance, passages that Wittgenstein marked for insertion are simply included in the appropriate place, and erasures are only shown where they seem particularly important. Occasionally, the transcriptions are slightly longer than the translated passages (for instance, when part of a sentence is translated, I have supplied the whole of the original sentence.)As sections 86-93 of the Big Typescript have been published in both English and German, with the original pagination clearly marked, and are now easily available in Philosophical Occasions, the German for quotations from these sections is not included in this appendix.
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4. Rhees "Correspondence and Comment" p. 153. Rhees quotes from the Nachlass, saying that this passage was written in 1948, "roughly two and a half years before his death," but does not give a page reference.

Ich habe kein Recht, der Öffentlichkeit ein Buch zu geben, worin einfach die Schwierigkeiten, die ich empfinde, ausgedrückt und durchgekaut sind. Denn diese Schwierigkeiten sind zwar für mich interessant, der in ihnen steckt, aber nicht notwendigerwise für die Andern. Denn sie sind Eigentümlichkeiten meines Denkens, bedingt durch meinen Werdegang. Sie gehören, sozusagen, in ein Tagebuch, nicht in ein Buch. Und wenn dies Tagebuch auch einmal für jemand interessant sein könnte, so kann ich's doch nicht veröffentlichen. Nicht meine Magenschwerden sind interessant sondern die Mittel--if any-- die ich gegen sie gefunden habe.

26. Big Typescript, §94, p. 438

Irrtümliche Anwendung unserer physikalischer Ausdrucksweise auf Sinnesdaten. "Gegenstände," d.h. Dinge, Körper im Raum des Zimmers--und "Gegenstände" im

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Wittgenstein on Mind and Language
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Contents xi
  • 1 - Introduction 3
  • I - WITTGENSTEIN'S EARLY PHILOSOPHY 33
  • 2 - Logic and Language 35
  • 3 - Subject and Object 53
  • II - WITGENSTEIN'S LATER PHILOSOPHY 89
  • 4 - From Logical Atomism to Practical Holism 91
  • 5 - The Description of Immediate Experience 128
  • 6 - The Flow of Life 160
  • Appendix: Passages from the Unpublished Wittgenstein Papers (Nachlass) 193
  • Bibliography 205
  • Index 211
  • Index of Quotations 223
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