(i): Typescript, (ii): a second copy, and (iii): a further copy of p. 248 only.
Consists of part of TS-244 and the whole of TS-229. With a note by G H von Wright . The pagination begins at p 134 GHvW suggests that this is a continuation of a revised item TS-228. The content of p 320 is supplied by photocopies from TS-229.
Consisting of pages from between pages 150 and 195 of the “Intermediate Version” of the Philosophical Investigations. With an envelope marked “The pages which W gave to GHvW in Cambridge (should eventually go to Trinity)”
First part of a collection of cuttings that Wittgenstein kept in a box-file, later arranged by Peter Geach and pasted into two volumes. Many of the individual remarks are annotated by Wittgenstein. There are also editorial comments by Geach.
The pagination of this typescript follows on from TS-228 as does the numbering of the remarks. However, the latter almost immediately suffer a confusion as number 670 follows 699. It consists of remarks from MS-130-135 on the subject of the philosophy of psychology.
The manuscript shows clear signs of editing by individuals other than Wittgenstein Annotations in pen are sometimes by Wittgenstein and at other times by Peter Geach and one other hand. A few cuttings and inserts are placed between the sheets as are some notes that are also not in Wittgenstein’s hand.
The translation was made by Rush Rhees and amended by Wittgenstein