Wittgenstein, Ludwig: Wiener Ausgabe Band 10,3
Zettelsammlung aus den Synopsen der Manuskriptbände I bis X
With his return to Cambridge and to philosophical writing at the end of January 1929, Wittgenstein develops the plan to publish his more recent thoughts in a second book. In the ten manuscript volumes he had written from 1929 to 1932 (WA 1 to 5), he indicates those remarks he wants to include in his new book, which he then dictates in two synopses (WA 7 and 8). In these synopses, before cutting them into slips of paper with individual remarks or groups of remarks, he makes a number of handwritten annotations, e.g., page and other references, rearrangements, mergings and separations of remarks and paragraphs, and additions. He then rearranges the slips, bundled under handwritten titles into 19 chapters with 140 sections, from which he finally dictates the so-called Big Typescript in Vienna in March 1933 (WA 11). The present volume strikingly illustrates Wittgenstein's movements of thought in the transition from his manuscript volumes via the synopses into his planned book. Only a few of the handwritten annotations from the synopses were included in this volume, though, as they would have unnecessarily weighed down the text. Since many of these annotations are incomplete as a result of the cutting of the synopses into individual slips of paper, and since much research is still needed to classify them properly, they are published in an accompanying electronic apparatus.
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