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Ludwig Wittgenstein (1889–1951) is one of the most important and influential philosophers in modern times, but he is also one of the least accessible. In this volume, leading experts chart the development of his work and clarify the connections between its different stages. The essays, which are both expository and original, address central themes in Wittgenstein's writing on a wide range of topics, particularly his thinking about the mind, language, logic, and mathematics. The contributors illuminate the character of the whole body of work by focusing on key topics: the style of the philosophy, the conception of grammar contained in it, rule-following, convention, logical necessity, the self, and what Wittgenstein called, in a famous phrase, 'forms of life'. This revised edition includes a new introduction, five new essays - on Tractarian ethics, Wittgenstein's development, aspects, the mind, and time and history - and a fully updated comprehensive bibliography.

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The Big Typescript: TS 213. Ed. and trans. Luckhardt, C. G. and Malden, M. A. E. Aue. MA and Carlton, Vic.: Blackwell, 2003 (German–English Scholars’ Edition).
The Blue and Brown Books. Oxford: Blackwell, 1958; 2nd ed., 1960.
Culture and Value. Eds. von Wright, G. H., Nyman, H., and Pichler, A., trans. Winch, P.. 1st ed., 1977; 2nd ed., 1980; revised ed., with a new translation by Winch, P.. Oxford: Blackwell, 1998.
Geheime Tagebücher 1914–1916. Ed. Baum, W.. Vienna: Turia & Kant, 1991.
Last Writings on the Philosophy of Psychology. Vol. 1: Preliminary Studies for Part II of the Philosophical Investigations. Eds. von Wright, G. H. and Nyman, H., trans. Luckhardt, C. G. and Aue, M. A. E.. University of Chicago Press, 1982.
Last Writings on the Philosophy of Psychology. Vol. 2: The Inner and the Outer, 1949–1951. Eds. von Wright, G. H. and Nyman, H., trans. Luckhardt, C. G. and Aue, M. A. E.. Oxford: Blackwell, 1992.
Logisch-philosophische Abhandlung: Kritische Edition. Eds. McGuinness, B. and Schulte, J.. Contains text of Tractatus, Prototractatus, and Notebooks; shows correspondences between Tractatus and Wittgenstein’s previous writings. Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp, 1989.
Notebooks, 1914–1916. Eds. von Wright, G. H. and Anscombe, G. E. M., trans. Anscombe, G. E. M.. Oxford: Blackwell, 1961; 2nd ed., 1979.
On Certainty. Eds. Anscombe, G. E. M. and von Wright, G. H., trans. Anscombe, G. E. M. and Paul, D.. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1969.
Philosophical Grammar. Ed. Rhees, R., trans. Kenny, A.. Oxford: Blackwell, 1974.
Philosophical Investigations. Eds. Anscombe, G. E. M. and Rhees, R., trans. Anscombe, G. E. M.. Oxford: Blackwell, 1953; 2nd ed., 1953; 3rd ed., 1973; 4th revised ed., eds. Hacker, P. M. S. and Schulte, J., trans. Anscombe, G. E. M., Hacker, P. M. S., and Schulte, J.. Oxford: Wiley–Blackwell, 2009 [German–English parallel text].
Philosophical Occasions, 1912–1951. Eds. Klagge, J. and Nordmann, A.. Indianapolis, IN: Hackett, 1993. Includes short publications, lecture notes from Wittgenstein and others, and correspondence, and more.
Philosophical Remarks. Ed. Rhees, R., trans. Hargreaves, R. and White, R.. Oxford: Blackwell, 1964; 2nd ed., 1975.
Public and Private Occasions. Eds. Klagge, J. and Nordmann, A.. Lanham, MD, Boulder, CO, New York, and Oxford: Rowman & Littlefield, 2003. Includes biographical information, diary entries, lectures, discussions in the Cambridge Moral Science Club, and more.
Prototractatus. Eds. McGuinness, B. F., Nyberg, T., and von Wright, G. H., trans. Pears, D. F. and McGuinness, B. F.. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1971; 2nd ed. 1996. Includes facsimile of the author’s manuscript.
Remarks on Colour. Ed. Anscombe, G. E. M., trans. McAlister, L. and Schättle, M.. Oxford: Blackwell, 1977.
Remarks on the Foundations of Mathematics. Eds. von Wright, G. H., Rhees, R., and Anscombe, G. E. M., trans. Anscombe, G. E. M.. Oxford: Blackwell, 1956; 2nd ed., 1967; 3rd ed., 1978.
Remarks on the Philosophy of Psychology. Vol. 1. Eds. Anscombe, G. E. M. and von Wright, G. H., trans. Anscombe, G. E. M.. University of Chicago Press, 1980.
Remarks on the Philosophy of Psychology. Vol. 2. Eds. von Wright, G. H. and Nyman, H., trans. Luckhardt, C. G. and Aue, M. A. E.. University of Chicago Press, 1980.
Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus. Trans. Ogden, C. K.. London: Routledge, 1922. Trans. Pears, D. F. and McGuinness, B.. London: Routledge, 1961.
Vermischte Bemerkungen, Eine Auswahl aus dem Nachlass. Ed. von Wright, G. H., assisted by Nyman, H.. Revision by Pichler, A.. Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp, 1994.
Wiener Ausgabe/Vienna Edition, Introduction and Vols. 1–5, 8.1 and 11. Ed. Nedo, M.. Vienna and New York: Springer Verlag. (1993–). [This is presently incomplete. The volumes so far published contain early parts of the Nachlass, with the original paginations. In addition to an Introduction and Concordance, it is projected to comprise 15 volumes.]
Wörterbuch für Volksschulen. Eds. Leinfelner, W., Leinfelner, E., and Hubner, A.. Vienna: Holder–Pichler–Tempsky, 1977.
Zettel. Eds. Anscombe, G. E. M. and von Wright, G. H., trans Anscombe, G. E. M.. Oxford: Blackwell, 1967; 2nd ed., 1981.
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The Published Works of Ludwig Wittgenstein. Charlottesville, VA: InteLex, 1993. Part of the Past Masters electronic text database series.
The Collected Works of Ludwig Wittgenstein. Charlottesville, VA: InteLex, 1998. Part of the Past Masters electronic text database series.
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Wittgenstein: Letters, Lectures, Conversations, Memoirs. Electronic Edition. Charlottesville, VA: InteLex, 2001. Part of the Past Masters electronic text database series.
Wittgenstein’s Nachlass. Bergen Electronic Edition. Charlottesville, VA: InteLex, 2003. Part of the Past Masters electronic text database series.
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Wittgenstein Source Bergen Nachlass Edition, in Pichler, A., ed., Wittgenstein Source. Wittgenstein Archives at the University of Bergen, 2015–, wittgensteinsource.org.
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“Bibliographie der deutsch- und englischsprachigen Wittgenstein-Ausgaben.” Pichler, A., Biggs, M. A. R., and Szeltner, S. A., www.ilwg.eu/files/Wittgenstein_Bibliographie.pdf.
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Lectures and Conversations on Aesthetics, Psychology and Religious Belief. Ed. Barrett, C.. Oxford: Blackwell, 1978.
Letters from Ludwig Wittgenstein, with a Memoir. Ed. Engelmann, P.. Oxford: Blackwell, 1967; New York: Horizon, 1968.
Letters to C. K. Ogden with Comments on the English Translation of the Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus. Ed. von Wright, G. H.. Oxford and London: Blackwell and Routledge, 1973.
Letters to Russell, Keynes and Moore. Eds. von Wright, G. H. and McGuinness, B. F.. Oxford: Blackwell, 1974.
Ludwig Hänsel–Ludwig Wittgenstein: Eine Freundschaft. Ed. Somavilla, I.. Innsbruck: Brenner Studien, Vol. 14, 1994. Contains Wittgenstein’s correspondence with Hänsel.
Ludwig Wittgenstein: A Memoir. Malcolm, N., with biographical sketch by von Wright, G. H.. Oxford University Press, 1986; 2nd ed. Includes Wittgenstein’s letters to Malcolm.
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