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Wittgenstein-Vorträge. Annäherungen aus Kunst und Wissenschaft
(German only; except for the text by David G. Stern which is published in english language)

Jan Drehmel, Kristina Jaspers (eds.)
108 pages
about 50 illustrations in black and white
paperback, 14,8 x 21 cm
€ 14,90 / sFr 21,90
ISBN 978-3-88506-491-6
date of release: October 2011
published by: Junius-Verlag (www.junius-verlag.de)

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Cover design by using the motif „Two fencers“, in: Ludwig Wittgenstein,
Notebooks 1914–1916, entry from 29.9.1914, © Wittgenstein Archive, Cambridge.

 

Ludwig Wittgenstein's work continues to present artists and scientists alike with numerous working surfaces, points of friction and consideration. Conceptual artists gravitate to his complex thoughts, and philosophers are just as challenged by the open form and literary quality of his later work as by the wealth of interdisciplinary references in his examples and comparisons. In honor of the 60th anniversary of Wittgenstein's death, the Gay Museum in Berlin hosted an interdisciplinary discourse.

 

Content:
Mara Mattuschka: Die Welt – ein Unfall. Pascal – Gödel – Wittgenstein
Bernhard Schütz, Helmuth Drevs: Vom Sprechen und Pfeifen
David G. Stern: On Dialogues – Wittgenstein’s Literary Style and Philosophical Methods
Wolfgang Müller (Die Tödliche Doris): Geysire, Elfen und Gebärden
Wilhelm Pfeistlinger: Ludwig Wittgenstein – ein Bilderstreit
Matthias Kroß: Der Satz – ein Wortgemälde? Bild und Text bei Ludwig Wittgenstein
Ausstellungsrundgang

 

Editors:
Jan Drehmel, b. 1966, studied philosophy, art history and linguistics
Kristina Jaspers, b. 1969, studied art history and philosophy. She is a curator at the Deutsche Kinemathek – Museum für Film und Fernsehen, Berlin

 

 

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