3 edition of Wittgenstein in translation found in the catalog.
Wittgenstein in translation
Dinda L. GorlГ©e
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Dinda L. Gorlée|
|Series||Semiotics, communication and cognition -- 9|
|LC Classifications||P306.2 .G67 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2012010115|
the continuing importance of Wittgenstein's work to philosophy today,В Wittgenstein is the most important twentieth-century philosopher in the English speaking world. This book will be essential reading for all students of philosophy of language and metaphysics. As Wittgenstein points out, the book itself, if judged by its own ruthless standards, is largely meaningless. Article continues after advertisement In the s, however, Wittgenstein embarked on something new, something audacious: the attempt to call off the search for absolute meaning, once and for all.
(But these problems should also point to obstacles in translation––esp. from dead languages!) Anyway, there's much more that could be said about the issues surrounding grammatical jokes. But if you're interested in Wittgenstein and these sorts of issues, I'd recommend John Verdi's book Fat Wednesday: Wittgenstein on Aspects. It is quite. An easy to read book considering Wittgenstein's philosophy from the point of view of exile - not just exile in terms of place, but also in terms of time and culture. That there is such a connection is hard to doubt: Wittgenstein never lived in one place long, was deeply antithetical to what he considered the spirit of his age and thought that a /5(11).
Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. C.K. Ogden's translation of the Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus has a unique provenance. As revealed in Letters of C.K. Ogden () and in correspondence in The Times Literary Supplement, Wittgenstein, Ramsey and Moore all worked with Ogden on the translation, which had Wittgenstein.
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Translation shows how the translator's signatures are in conflict with personal or stylistic choices in linguistic form, but also in cultural content. This volume undertakes the "impossible task" of uncovering the reasoning of Wittgenstein's translated texts in order to construct, rather than paraphrase, the ideal of a terminological coherence.
Perhaps the most important work of philosophy written in the twentieth century, the Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus first appeared in and was the only philosophical work that Ludwig Wittgenstein () published during his lifetime.
Written in short, carefully numbered paragraphs of extreme compression and brilliance, it immediately convinced many of its readers and captivated /5(68). Book Description.
In this eminently readable study, Philip Wilson explores the later writings of Ludwig Wittgenstein and shows how a reading of this philosophy can enable the translation theorist and the practising translator to reflect upon and improve the phenomenon of translation.
Wittgenstein’s life and thought is treated in the introduction, where it is shown how his methods can be applied to areas outside philosophy. The central three chapters of the book survey: the Wittgenstein in translation book of the source text for translation; the writing of the target text; the theorisation of the target text.
Wittgenstein’s Word Book () was only the second publication, following the Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus (), that the philosopher would see in his lifetime.
Long out of reach, a new, marbled edition from Badlands Unlimited features a translation by art historian Bettina Funcke, accompanied by Sharpie-delightful illustrations by Paul Chan, and an introduction from the Wittgenstein. Christensen on Wittgenstein and ethics.
In sum, then, this book is no definite resource, but provides plen-ty of opportunities for further re-flection and controversy – and that is meant as high praise rather than as a point of criticism.
Wittgenstein and the Complexities of Semio-Translation: Wittgenstein in Translation. Book Published: Gorlée, Dinda L. Wittgenstein in Translation Exploring Semiotic Signatures Series: Semiotics, Communication and Cognition [SCC] 9 Apart from the Tractatus, Wittgenstein did not writ.
Translating Wittgenstein: A semiosic translation of the TractatusLogico-Philosophicus. March ; Semiotica (); DOI: /sem In my paper I will show that Wittgenstein’s texts, where relevant, consistently distinguish between acting and behaving; this goes also for Wittgenstein’s own translations of his texts, e.g.
the German version of the Brown Book in MS Publisher description: Incorporating significant editorial changes from earlier editions, the fourth edition of Ludwig Wittgenstein’s Philosophical Investigations is the definitive en face German-English version of the most important work of 20th-century philosophy.
The extensively revised English translation incorporates many hundreds of changes to Anscombe’s original translation. Wittgenstein’s life and thought is treated in the introduction, where it is shown how his methods can be applied to areas outside philosophy.
The central three chapters of the book survey: the reading of the source text for translation; the writing of the target text; the theorisation of the target text. The German expression ‘Tatsachen’ is rendered in both translations as ‘facts’, but the German expression ‘Sachverhaltes’ is translated in Ogden as ‘atomic facts’ and in the Pears and McGinnis as ‘states of affairs’.
The philosophical cash value of. C.K. Ogden's translation of the Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus has a unique provenance. As revealed in Letters of C.K. Ogden () and in correspondence in The Times Literary Supplement, Wittgenstein, Ramsey and Moore all worked with Ogden on the translation, which had Wittgenstein /5(3).
Brian McGuinness is now Professor of the History of Philosophy at Siena. Past publications include the translation of Wittgenstein's Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus (with David Pears) and A Life of Wittegenstein (Volume 1, Young Ludwig, ), the second volume of which is due to be published shortly.
Ramsey’s translation of Tractatus was published inwith Wittgenstein making line-by-line revisions by post. In SeptemberRamsey spent a fortnight with Wittgenstein, in his home in the mountains close to Vienna.
'Kenny's book remains the best general introduction to Wittgenstein’s work as a whole. Careful, clear, persistent in its pursuit of puzzles, but always stylish and accessible, it will take even a beginner deep into the most difficult issues raised by Wittgenstein’s texts, while still being helpful and provocative to advanced students and scholars.'.
This book comprises material on colour which was written by Wittgenstein in the last eighteen months of his life. It is one of the few documents which shows him concentratedly at work on a single philosophical issue.
The principal theme is the features of different colours, of different kinds of colour (metallic colour, the colours of flames, etc.) and of luminosity--a theme which Wittgenstein. Get this from a library. Wittgenstein in translation: exploring semiotic signatures.
[Dinda L Gorlée] -- The volume reveals the depths of Wittgenstein's soul-searching writings - his "new" philosophy - by concentrating on fragments in ordinary language and using few technical terms.
It applies. Ludwig Josef Johann Wittgenstein (; ; 26 April – 29 April ) was an Austrian-British philosopher who worked primarily in logic, the philosophy of mathematics, the philosophy of mind, and the philosophy of language. From toWittgenstein taught at the University of Cambridge.
During his lifetime he published just one slim book, the page Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus. Free shipping for non-business customers when ordering books at De Gruyter Online. Please find details to our shipping fees here Previous chapter. Next chapter.
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DE GRUYTER. Pages:. Wittgenstein in/on Translation, Coleção CLE, p.v. 86, Venturinha ), and finally the commitment of R. Rhees’ to trans-late the “ Frühfassung” itself and Wittgenstein’s revisions to Rhees’ trans-lation draft of part of it.
It is the texts of this translation project of (part of) the “ .The book was translated into English by C. K. Ogden with help from the teenaged Cambridge mathematician and philosopher Frank P.
Ramsey. Ramsey later visited Wittgenstein in Austria. Translation issues make the concepts hard to pinpoint, especially given Wittgenstein's usage of terms and difficulty in translating ideas into by: The term "Family resemblance" as feature of Wittgenstein's philosophy owes much to its translation in English.
Wittgenstein, who wrote mostly in German, used the compound word 'Familienähnlichkeit', but as he lectured and conversed in English he used 'family likeness' (e.g. The Blue Book, p. 17,33; The Brown Book,§66).