Cheryl Misak on the polymath’s first days as a math teacher.
Daniel D. Hutto investigates what and how we think.
Ronald Loeffler invites us in to Brandom’s world.
Constantine Sandis watches his language.
Constantine Sandis on us, them, Nietzsche and Wittgenstein.
Chris Ranalli asks, if we can’t resolve disputes rationally, might we be tempted into morally questionable kinds of persuasion?
Duncan J. Richter on a philosopher who refused to put up with nonsense.
One hundred years after the start of the First World War, Michel Petheram reflects on its meaning for some of the philosophers who lived through it.
Ludwig Wittgenstein: a snapshot
TPM investigates Wittgenstein and his forms of life.
An overview of the Wittgenstein Archive which is dedicated to the study and publication of all aspects of Wittgenstein’s work
Naoyuki Shiono discusses The Cambridge Companion to Wittgenstein.