Volume 1 in this series
An eminent part of Wittgenstein’s work is his bequest. An important example of this is the largely neglected work known as the Kringel-Buch. It would be interesting to prove that this anthology of texts has been compiled by Wittgenstein himself. It might even be possible to regard the Kringel-Buch as an initial text in the development of Wittgenstein’s thinking. Scholarly investigation into the Kringel-Buch will need to address its origin, as well as its significance to Wittgenstein’s thought. However, we can already affirm that this collection of texts includes highly interesting and currently relevant interdisciplinary perspectives on the topic of cultures and values. The present volume aims to launch a discussion about the significance of the Kringel-Buch.