NWR Vol 13. (2024) is now online (issue in progress)


We are launching NWR Volume 13 (2024) with the following contributions.


Samuel Wheeler  & William Brenner: “What Line Can’t Be Measured With a Ruler?” Riddles and Concept-Formation in Mathematics and Aesthetics (open review until May 12, 2024)

From the Archives   

Peter K. Westergaard: “With regard to the last article in the volume…”– A note on Rush Rhees and “The Study of Philosophy” in Without Answers (open review until May 12, 2024)

Lucia Morra: Wittgenstein in Alethea Graham’s diary (1929-1930), and new data on the audience of his Lecture on Ethics and LT 1930 class (open review until May 12, 2024)

Book reviews

Greg Chase, Juliet Floyd and Sandra Laugier (eds.): Cavell’s Must We Mean What We Say? at 50, reviewed by Lien Chin Jiménez

Salla Aldrin Salskov, Ondřej Beran and Nora Hämäläinen (eds.): Ethical Inquiries after Wittgenstein, reviewed by Joel Backström

Hanne Appelqvist: Wittgenstein and Aesthetics, reviewed by Aloisia Moser

Florian Franken Figueiredo (ed.): Wittgenstein’s Philosophy in 1929, by reviewed by Joachim Schulte


Volume 13 is an issue in progress, and new contributions will be added progressively until the end of the year.


Greetings from the (partly) new editorial team:

Simo Säätelä (editor-in-chief); Sorin Bangu, Gisela Bengtsson, Lassi Jakola (editors); Alois Pichler (from the archives section editor); Jasmin Trächtler (book review editor); Filippo Mosca (editorial assistant)