Wittgenstein and Philosophy of Information

This page is for works that discuss the influence of Wittgenstein to Philosophy of Information, IT research and Virtual Worlds. It is also relevant to digital research into Wittgenstein Archives.

Hrachovec, H. & Pichler, A., (eds.), Philosophy of the Information, Society Proceedings of the 30th International Ludwig Wittgenstein-Symposium in Kirchberg am Wechsel, Austria 2007, Vol. 2: Publications of the Austrian Ludwig Wittgenstein Society *New Series*, vol 7. 2008. (D) Frankfurt a.M.: Ontos. 326 pages.

Book Description
This is the first of two volumes of the proceedings from the 30th International Wittgenstein Symposium in Kirchberg, August 2007. In addition to several new contributions to Wittgenstein research (by N. Garver, M. Kross, St. Majetschak, K. Neumer, V. Rodych, L. M. Valdes-Villanueva), this volume contains articles with a special focus on digital Wittgenstein research and Wittgenstein's role for the understanding of the digital turn (by L. Bazzocchi, A. Biletzki, J. de Mul, P. Keicher, D. Kohler, K. Mayr, D. G. Stern), as well as discussions - not necessarily from a Wittgensteinian perspective - about issues in the philosophy of information, including computational ontologies (by D. Apollon, G. Chaitin, F. Dretske, L. Floridi, Y. Okamoto, M. Pasin and E. Motta).

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