https://www.nordicwittgensteinreview.com/issue/feed Nordic Wittgenstein Review 2021-08-27T08:36:55+02:00 Simo Säätelä simo.saatela@uib.no Open Journal Systems <p><strong><em>Nordic Wittgenstein Review</em> (NWR)</strong> publishes original contributions on all aspects of Wittgenstein's thought and work.&nbsp;Each issue includes a peer-reviewed articles section, an archival section, and a book review section. In addition, most issues include&nbsp;an invited paper and/or an interview. The journal is published by the <em>Nordic Wittgenstein Society</em> (NWS).</p> <p>eISSN 2242-248X</p> https://www.nordicwittgensteinreview.com/article/view/3593 Note from the Editors and Prepublication Open Review Information 2021-07-13T07:38:27+02:00 Simo Säätelä simo.saatela@uib.no Gisela Bengtsson gisela.bengtsson@filosofi.uu.se Oskari Kuusela O.Kuusela@uea.ac.uk Cato Wittusen cato.wittusen@uis.no 2021-04-26T13:01:18+02:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://www.nordicwittgensteinreview.com/article/view/3586 ‘The swaying scaffolding’ 2021-07-13T07:38:28+02:00 Peter K Westergaard pkwest@hum.ku.dk <p>In one of his late notebooks containing remarks on the philosophy of psychology, Wittgenstein states in passing: ‘If someone can believe in God with complete certainty, why not in Other Minds?’ (MS 137, 67a). In this paper, I introduce and explain some of the assumptions and observations behind this remark. In doing so, I give an example of what I describe as an ‘indirect or derived philosophy-of-religion reading strategy’, which highlights some of Wittgenstein’s very late thoughts on the grammar of religious belief and language. The crucial observation in Wittgenstein’s remark is the existence of a family resemblance between ‘the foundation’ of the religious attitude and belief on the one hand, and the complex ‘pattern of our experience that is hard to describe’, and which forms the basis of our reactions to and understanding of other persons’ behaviour and psychical states (MS 174,2) on the other. Thus this paper draws attention, firstly, to the fact that, in his late work, Wittgenstein emphasises that our use of concepts to determine other people’s feelings and states is comparable to certain religious uses of language, and secondly, to some of the familial connections between these uses of language.</p> 2021-04-16T00:00:00+02:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://www.nordicwittgensteinreview.com/article/view/3598 G. H. von Wright's Unpublished Edition of Wittgenstein's "Last Writings": Editors' Preface and Other Materials, ca. 1967–68 2021-08-27T08:36:54+02:00 Lassi Johannes Jakola lassi.jakola@iki.fi <p>Part II of this contribution makes available materials preserved of G. H. von Wright’s hitherto unknown edition of Ludwig Wittgenstein’s last writings (1949–51) from 1967–68. The edition was never published. The underlying MS material (MS 169–177) was, instead, published in four different edited volumes in 1969, 1977 and 1992. Part I, an introduction to the archival items, contextualizes von Wright’s edition historically, presents a reconstruction of its structure, compares it with the published volumes and discusses reasons for its abandonment.</p> 2021-08-26T00:00:00+02:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://www.nordicwittgensteinreview.com/article/view/3596 Book review: Veena Das, Textures of the Ordinary: Doing Anthropology after Wittgenstein 2021-08-27T08:36:53+02:00 Nora Hämäläinen nfk.hamalainen@gmail.com 2021-08-26T08:58:21+02:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://www.nordicwittgensteinreview.com/article/view/3609 Book review: Wittgenstein on Philosophy, Objectivity, and Meaning, eds. James Conant and Sebastian Sunday 2021-08-27T08:36:55+02:00 João Esteves da Silva joao.esteves.silva@campus.ul.pt 2021-08-23T00:00:00+02:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement##