Friday, June 05, 2015

TRIAL: Wittgenstein – The Complete Correspondence

The University of Liverpool has trial access to ‘Wittgenstein – The Complete Correspondence’ until Monday 6th July 2015.

Click here to access the Complete Correspondence of Wittgenstein via the Past Masters resource (University login required off campus).

Wittgenstein’s Complete Correspondence is an online, searchable collection of correspondence to and from Wittgenstein.
It includes commentaries for all the letters and biographies of each individual mentioned in them, as well as a chronology of his life and indices of the literature and music mentioned in the correspondence.

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3 comments:

Rachel Handley said...

I'm currently a Philosophy PhD at Liverpool. Despite not focusing on Wittgenstein for my PhD I've found reading the correspondence very interesting and would recommend keeping this resource. Plus, if there are any scholars focusing on Wittgenstein for their research then the correspondence would prove an invaluable.

Anonymous said...

This is a really useful tool, can the university keep this as a permanent resource?

Greg said...

There's some great stuff here and it's very useful, I imagine many people would appreciate it if the library kept this as a permanent resource?