180050 SE Wittgenstein and Literature (2021S)
- Registration is open from Fr 12.02.2021 09:00 to We 17.02.2021 10:00
- Registration is open from We 24.02.2021 09:00 to Mo 01.03.2021 10:00
- Deregistration possible until We 31.03.2021 23:59
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Aims, contents and method of the course
Assessment and permitted materials
Minimum requirements and assessment criteria
40% of your final grade will be based on five short written assignments, 20% are based on your participation in class discussions on Moodle, a further 40% of your grade will result from the final seminar paper. I will expect you to follow my style-sheet for any written homework. The seminar paper should not exceed 2500 words and follow the GUIDELINES FOR AUTHORS of the Austrian Ludwig Wittgenstein Society. - The five written assignments during summer term and the final seminar paper are required items for achieving a positive grade.By registering for this seminar, you tacitly agree to having all your electronic submissions checked by Turnitin.
Iseminger, Gary (ed.) (1992): Intention & Interpretation. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
McGuinness, Brian (2010): „Wittgenstein and Literature“, in: Volker Munz, Klaus Puhl, Joseph Wang (ed.): Language and World. Part Two. Signs, Minds and Actions (= Proceedings of the 32. International Wittgenstein Symposium). Heusenstamm: ontos, 257-275.
Ramharter, Esther (ed.) (2011): Ungesellige Geselligkeiten / Unsocial Sociabilities. Wittgensteins Umgang mit anderen Denkern / Wittgenstein’s Sources. Berlin: Parerga.