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Papers of Ludwig Wittgenstein
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Notebook

Earliest of the three surviving pre-Tractatus notebooks containing also some coded diary entries and at the front a note that on Wittgenstein’s death the volume should be sent to Leopoldine Wittgenstein and Bertrand Russell

Notebook

Chronological continuation of the previous notebook [MS-101]. Contains some coded diary entries and at the front a note that on Wittgenstein’s death the volume should be sent to Leopoldine Wittgenstein and Bertrand Russell

Notebook, “Bemerkungen V”.

Notebook continuation of 108 with numerous editorial notes. A portion written in Vienna in December and January in MS-110 fits chronologically within it.

Notebook, “X. Philosophische Grammatik”

Notebook containing two distinct texts. The first part is not paginated by Wittgenstein. The second, paginated 1-228 and being continued in the first part of Ms 115 is a revision of part of The Big Typescript. p 21 includes a section containing 3 remarks pasted-in. The Grosses Format (MS-140) is a further reworking of part of this text.

Notebook “XI. Philosophische Bemerkungen”

Notebook containing two distinct texts, the first is a continuation of Ms 114. The second, beginning on page 118 and entitled 'Philosophische Untersuchungen, Versuch einer Umarbeitung' is an attempt to revise the Brown Book in German. pp 95-100 consist mostly of pasted-in typescript.

Notebook. “XII, Philosophische Bemerkungen”

Notebook consisting of four distinct texts. The first is a selection of remarks fromf TS 213, the second (pp 136-264) is a revision of MS 120, the third (pp 265-315) is original material and the fourth relates to Part I of the Investigations. At the end of the written portion is letter to “Kari” a friend from Skjolden.

Notebook. “XIII, Philosophische Bemerkungen”

Notebook containing a number of distinct parts. The first portion on the philosophy of mathematics overlaps with pp 110 to 126 which contain 3 early drafts for the Philosophical Investigations. pp 148 to 273 are a continuation of ms 122. There are a few coded remarks at the end,

Notebook

Minute-book style notebook with drafts for the foreword of the Philosophical Investigations in the index section at the front.

Notebook

Remarks on the nature of psychological concepts. Some coded remarks

Notebook

Remarks on the nature of psychological concepts. Noted at the front “In diesem Band kommt auf 10 oder 20 Seiten nicht mehr als ein halbwege gutter Abschnitt”

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