Here is an email note from Oxford Journals that we thought would interest some of our readers (thanks to my fellow editor, Corina Stan, for the tip):
Are you interested in all things Wittgenstein? If so, we have you covered. The British Wittgenstein Conference took place a few weeks ago, and with the International Wittgenstein Symposium happening now, people are sure to have this philosopher on the brain. For your reading pleasure, we have compiled a select group of articles regarding Wittgenstein from some of our top philosophy journals.
Some of the selected articles include:
- ‘Logically Equivalent–But Closer to the Truth’, by Roy A. Sorensen from The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science
- ‘Wittgenstein, Philosophy and Logic’, by Ilham Dilam from Analysis
- ‘Symposium: realism and truth. Wittgenstein, Wright, Rorty, Minimalism’, by Simon Blackburn from Mind
- ‘Motivating Wittgenstein’s Perspective on Mathematical Sentences as Norms’, by Simon Freiderich from Philosophia Mathematica
Subscribers and non-subscribers alike can read these articles and more for free today by going here:
We hope you enjoy these articles! Feel free to forward this email to interested friends and colleagues.
Michelle Wolfson, Oxford Journals