Ludwig Wittgenstein’s Nachlass in the UNESCO Memory of the World register

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Alfred Schmidt

Abstract

The contribution reports the inclusion of Ludwig Wittgenstein’s Nachlass into the UNESCO Memory of the World register.

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Author Biography

Alfred Schmidt, Austrian National Library

Alfred Schmidt studied philosophy, psychology and art history at the University of Vienna and completed his studies with a thesis on the phenomenology of Edmund Husserl. Since 1986 he is working at the Austrian National Library (ANL) as scientific assistant to the Director General. He is the curator of the Wittgenstein collection in the ANL. He publishes on the philosophy and works of Ludwig Wittgenstein and is the editor of the Wittgenstein Source Facsimile Edition of Tractatus Publication Materials (2016).

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Wittgenstein, L., 2009-. Wittgenstein Source, curated by the Wittgenstein Archives at the University of Bergen under the direction of A. Pichler. Bergen 2009-.[wittgensteinsource.org],
Wittgenstein, L., 2015-: Wittgenstein Source Bergen Nachlass Edition, ed. by the Wittgenstein Archives at the University of Bergen under the direction of A. Pichler. In: Wittgenstein 2009- . Bergen.
Wittgenstein, L., 2016-. Interactive Dynamic Presentation (IDP) of Ludwig Wittgenstein’s philosophical Nachlass, ed. by the Wittgenstein Archives at the University of Bergen under the direction of A. Pichler. Bergen. .[http://wab.uib.no/transform/wab.php?modus=opsjoner]
Wright, G. H. von. 1969. “The Wittgenstein papers”. The Philosophical Review 78/4, pp. 483–503.