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Nordic Wittgenstein Review
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ISSN (Print) 2242-248X - ISSN (Online) 2242-248X
Published by Nordic Wittgenstein Society Homepage  [1 journal]
  • What’s Reality Got to Do with It' Wittgenstein, Empirically Informed
           Philosophy, and a Missing Methodological Link

    • Authors: Cecilie Eriksen
      Abstract: “Don’t think, but look!” (Wittgenstein 2009: § 66). This insistient advice has served as methodological inspiration for several influential thinkers in the broad range of ‘empirically informed’ philosophy, which has flourished over the last decades. There is, however, a worrisome tension between Wittgenstein’s work and these turns to practices, history, science, field work, and everyday life: Wittgenstein is in general doing something different from what the thinkers who claim to be inspired by him are doing. An argument for the legitimacy of the move from Wittgenstein to empirically informed philosophy is so far missing in the literature. This article shows how this move can be justifiable within a Wittgensteinian frame, philosophically beneficial, and at times even necessary.
      PubDate: Thu, 29 Sep 2022 00:00:00 +020
       
  • Book Review: Jônadas Techio, The Threat of Solipsism: Wittgenstein and
           Cavell on Meaning, Skepticism, and Finitude

    • Authors: Rogério P. Severo
      Abstract: Book review
      PubDate: Thu, 29 Sep 2022 00:00:00 +020
       
  • Book Review: James C. Klagge, Wittgenstein’s Artillery: Philosophy
           as Poetry.

    • Authors: Philip Mills
      Abstract: Book review
      PubDate: Thu, 29 Sep 2022 00:00:00 +020
       
  • Wittgenstein and Critical Theory: Mickaëlle Provost in Conversation
           with Alice Crary

    • Authors: Alice Crary; Mickaëlle Provost
      Abstract: This is the second of two parts of an interview with Alice Crary conducted in a single exchange in the first weeks of January 2022, where she discusses ordinary language philosophy and feminism, Wittgenstein’s conception of mind and its relation to feminist ethics, the link between Wittgenstein and Critical Theory, and her own views about efforts to bring about social and political transformations. The first part on “Wittgenstein and Feminism” is published in the NWR Special Issue “Wittgenstein and Feminism”, forthcoming later this year.
      PubDate: Thu, 29 Sep 2022 00:00:00 +020
       
  • Book Review: Mauro Luiz Engelmann, Reading Wittgenstein’s Tractatus

    • Authors: Nikolay Milkov
      Abstract: Book review
      PubDate: Mon, 19 Sep 2022 00:00:00 +020
       
  • Review of Karen Zumhagen-Yekplé: A Different Order of Difficulty,
           Literature after Wittgenstein

    • Authors: Reidar Due
      PubDate: Sun, 14 Aug 2022 19:43:26 +020
       
  • Note from the Editors and Open Review Information

    • Authors: Simo Säätelä; Gisela Bengtsson; Oskari Kuusela, Cato Wittusen
      PubDate: Sun, 14 Aug 2022 19:37:06 +020
       
  • Embracing the In-Betweenness of Aspect-Perception's Normative
           Dimensions

    • Authors: Janette Dinishak
      Abstract: Abstract: This paper examines the following two ideas and their relations: (i) aspect-perception is a perceptual experience; (ii) veridicality is the primary standard for evaluating the success of a perceptual experience. I argue that a valuable lesson to glean from Wittgenstein’s investigations of aspect-perception is that aspect-perception is “in-between” when it comes to whether and how veridicality is at issue in it. Yet it does not follow from this in-betweenness that there is no standard by which we evaluate aspect-perception, no notion of success at perceiving an aspect. Aspect-perception has normative dimensions that are not a matter of veridicality, or at least not in any straightforward way, some of which I explore here. These normative dimensions are brought to light, in part, by shifting evaluative focus to what the perceiver “brings” to aspect-perception experiences and attending the ways aspect-perception requires and involves mastery of a technique. The shift in focus also helps illuminate different ways of understanding aspect-blindness and the kinds of failure at play in different kinds of aspect-blindness. All in all, embracing aspect-perception’s in-betweenness regarding whether or not veridicality is at issue in it illumines aspect-perception’s distinctive character and richness.
      PubDate: Sun, 14 Aug 2022 19:21:48 +020
       
  • The Philosophical Significance of Secondary Uses of Language in
           Wittgenstein’s Later Philosophy

    • Authors: Marco Marchesin
      Abstract: This paper aims to provide an account of Wittgenstein’s employment of the distinction between primary and secondary use of words. Against views that circumscribe its relevance to aesthetics and ethics, the paper demonstrates that there are many instances of secondary uses in Wittgenstein’s work that are not reducible to those limited applications. Additionally, as secondary uses are often interpreted as having an expressive function, the paper argues that we cannot reduce secondariness to a single unifying principle, because the distinction is philosophical, as it works as a powerful device to tackle different, often unrelated, philosophical issues.
      PubDate: Sun, 14 Aug 2022 19:02:41 +020
       
 
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