Saturday, December 3, 2011

Wittgenstein's archive rediscovered in Cambridge

A rediscovered archive could shed new light on the work of renowned philosopher, Ludwig Wittgenstein.

Professor Arthur Gibson, from the University of Cambridge, has been examining books and papers which disappeared from public view in 1941.

He believes that one of these could be the 'pink' or 'yellow' book Wittgenstein's pupils thought existed.

He said there was also a handwritten Brown Book which differs from the version that was published.

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