Articles on Wittgenstein

John Bjarne Grover

Wittgenstein's 'Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus' and the fundamental theorem of linguistics
An interpretation of Wittgenstein's 'Tractatus' from the viewpoint of my own fundamental theorem of linguistics.

Wittgenstein's reception history
It seems that Wittgenstein's reception history is more or less the entire 20th century - such as Hitler who could have developed by terror-and-monkey-business from the first rejections of Wittgenstein's work.

Wittgenstein's 'Wörterbuch für Volksschulen' (1926)
He published only two books in his lifetime - the 'Tractatus' and a 42-page 'Wörterbuch für Volksschulen' in 1926 - this has apparently later come to be used for 'bisnis' of various kinds, a structure of which is presented in this article.

Wittgenstein's 'Siebensterns'
The 6 groups of 7 triads of words excerpted from the 'Wörterbuch' - same as in the previous article

Wittgenstein and the Kennedys
Were the Kennedys constructed after Wittgenstein's 'Wörterbuch' 1926 - or are the correlations a matter of coincidences?

The Burgenland and Jakobselv borders
The eastern borders of Austria and Norway may be systematically connected via 'lapis' mysticism that can be used for manipulating opinion

The falling cliff of Beachy Head
In this article I discuss the phenomenon that the cliff of Beachy Head that fell into the sea in 1999 could be put in relation to two poems of mine and the apparently largescaled political coup attempt that seems to have followed. Even 11 september 2001 could be a part of this.

See also other articles about formal aspects of language

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On the web 26 july 2019
Last updated 4 march 2022