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„Die Grenzen meiner Sprache bedeuten die Grenzen meiner Welt“. Was heißt es, dass ich ein sprachliches Wesen bin? Wie spreche ich über Liebe, tiefe Beunruhigungen, Glück und Schmerz? Ludwig Wittgenstein hat in seinem bedeutenden Werk das 20. Jahrhundert so beeinflusst, dass die Auffassung der Sprache danach eine andere war. Geboren 1889 in eine kultivierte Familie in Österreich, kannte Wittgenstein früh die Nuancen feinfühliger Unterscheidung und Weltwahrnehmung. Vom frühen Werk bis zu den späteren Überlegungen zu Sprachspiel, Lebensform, Regelfolgen und Grammatik zeigt er unsere Verbundenheit mit dem Medium der Sprache – es ist nicht nur Werkzeug der Vermittlung, sondern prägt von Grund auf, wer wir sind und wie wir unsere Umgebung wahrnehmen. Die Sprachanalyse ist die zentrale Methode seiner Philosophie. Das Ziel ist es, scheinbare Probleme der Philosophie als sprachliche Missverständnisse aufzulösen – und damit der Fliege den Weg aus dem Fliegenglas zu zeigen.
Brill's Studies in Intellectual History (BSIH) is a peer-reviewed book series that publishes new approaches to history, the history of philosophy and theology, and the history of ideas. Special attention is given to the use of interdisciplinary methods and insights, such as those of cultural anthropology, semiotics and linguistic analysis.

BSIH includes the subseries Brill's Texts and Sources in Intellectual History (BTSI), which publishes text editions relevant to the subject of intellectual history.

Until 2021, Brill’s Studies on Art, Art History, and Intellectual History (BSAI), was published as a subseries of BSIH. As of vol. 51, BSAI has continued as an independent series.
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Central European Value Studies is a pluralistic project that makes available to the English-speaking world books in all areas of value inquiry that originate in Central Europe or that deal with its major philosophical traditions.

Central European Value Studies is co-sponsored by:
• the Philosophy Seminar of the University of Mainz;
• the Centre for Cultural Research, Aarhus University; and
• the International Academy of Philosophy of the Principality of Liechtenstein

The Historical Materialism Book Series is a major publishing initiative of the radical left. The capitalist crisis of the twenty-first century has been met by a resurgence of interest in critical Marxist theory. At the same time, the publishing institutions committed to Marxism have contracted markedly since the high point of the 1970s. The Historical Materialism Book Series is dedicated to addressing this situation by making available important works of Marxist theory. The aim of the series is to publish important theoretical contributions as the basis for vigorous intellectual debate and exchange on the left. We are convinced that a project of this kind can make an important contribution to the revitalisation of critical politics and intellectual culture.

The peer-reviewed series publishes original monographs, translated texts and reprints of ‘classics’ across the bounds of academic disciplinary agendas, and across the divisions of the left. The series is particularly concerned to encourage the internationalisation of Marxist debate, and aims to translate significant studies from beyond the English speaking world. We have previously published important studies of Marxist thinkers, key collections of sources from the socialist movement, works of philosophy, history and literary criticism, as well as political and economic studies. Future publication plans include texts in the fields of cultural and aesthetic theory, sociology and geography.

The Historical Materialism Book Series will expand significantly over the coming years with substantial and important books in all areas of Marxist theory. We are undertaking a project of publishing previously untranslated texts by Marx, long unavailable debates from the 2nd and 3rd Internationals, and English editions of important studies from the post war period. Equally significantly, we also aim to publish the work of the emerging generation of Marxist scholars and theorists. The Historical Materialism Book Series intends to be at the forefront of radical publishing for the coming period with a commitment to rigorous intellectual work produced within the many Marxist traditions.

Send all editorial enquiries and proposals to historicalmaterialism@soas.ac.uk

For more information visit also the journal Historical Materialism.

Click here for an overview of forthcoming and available titles in the series (Excel).
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Peer-reviewed scholarly monographs on the history of rhetoric in its broadest sense, i.e. original and innovative research concerning the theory and the practice of rhetoric in all periods and all languages, and the connections between rhetoric and poetics, theory and literary criticism, philosophy, politics, religion, law and other aspects of culture and society.
Original sources and documents, as well as critical editions of texts will also be considered.
Manuscripts in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish are accepted for review.

The series published an average of one volume per year over the last 5 years.

Craig Kallendorf in memoriam (1954-2023)
Craig was a great scholar, recognized as an expert on the reception of Virgil, as well as a wonderful person, respected by all for his level-headedness, fairness and openness to others. He served as an editor of the ISHR series for fifteen years and approached every task with the utmost dedication and care. Those who knew him in this capacity remember him fondly and deeply, and his legacy will live on in the books he helped to bring to life.
The series publishes high-quality monographs and coherent collective volumes on medieval philosophy, written in such a way as to make them comprehensible and interesting to mainstream philosophers and historians of philosophy.

Volumes in the series are not required to use medieval philosophy to make a direct contribution to debates in contemporary analytical philosophy (although this is one possibility), but the manner in which the medieval texts are treated should reflect, in an historically sensitive way, the methods and the language of contemporary analytical philosophy – in especial, its ideals of clarity and unpretentiousness. There are many different varieties of this general ‘analytical’ approach, and the series is open to any of them.

The scope of medieval philosophy is taken widely, to include the Arabic, Greek and Jewish traditions, as well as the Latin one, and to run from c.500 to c.1500; works which go on even so far as 1700 may be considered, if they are at least equally concerned with the period before 1500.

• The series provides a forum for both promising early-career scholars as well as established researchers.
• Volumes may consist of essay collections and monographs on substantial subjects, with the exception of unrevised PhD dissertations.
• Books are welcome which bring together different disciplines, so long as they fit the aims of the series.
• All books are refereed, and there will be a requirement of philosophical rigour and impeccable historical and textual scholarship. Essay collections must demonstrate a clear rational and internal coherence.

Authors are cordially invited to submit proposals and/or full manuscripts to either the series editor, Professor John Marenbon, or the Publisher at Brill, Dr Kate Hammond.

Brill is in full support of Open Access publishing and offers the option to publish your monograph, edited volume, or chapter in Open Access. Our Open Access services are fully compliant with funder requirements. We support Creative Commons licenses. For more information, please visit Brill Open or contact us at openacess@brill.com.
Die Reihe „Perspektiven der analytischen Philosophie“, zunächst von Georg Meggle und Julian Nida-Rümelin und seit 2021 von Jochen Briesen und Ulla Wessels herausgegeben, umfasst bislang mehr als 35 Bände. Sie ist offen für alle Forschungsarbeiten, die sich aus systematischer Perspektive mit Problemen der theoretischen oder praktischen Philosophie auseinandersetzen und eigene Akzente setzen. Sie ist dem Ideal verpflichtet, Voraussetzungen, Argumente und Schlussfolgerungen sorgfältig und präzise anzuführen, um so ein hohes Maß an Klarheit, Kritisierbarkeit sowie Anbindbarkeit an andere Disziplinen zu gewährleisten. Die Expertise des Herausgeber-Teams sowie die qualitätssichernde Begutachtung – auch unter Zuhilfenahme wissenschaftlicher Beraterinnen und Berater – gewährleisten eine hohe wissenschaftliche Qualität der Publikationen.
Sprachen: Deutsch, Englisch
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Die Digitalisierung durchdringt und formt zunehmend unsere Lebenswelt, Kultur und Wissenschaft. Auch für die Philosophie hat die digitale Transformation gewichtige Folgen. Zum einen stellen sich neue Fragen und Probleme, welche die traditionellen Bereiche der Ethik, Erkenntnistheorie, Ontologie und Ästhetik herausfordern. Zum andern wird durch die digitalen Medien auch die Praxis des Philosophierens transformiert. Die Reihe Philosophia Digitalis versteht sich als ein Forum für Studien, die diese doppelte philosophische Bedeutung der Digitalisierung kritisch reflektieren und anhand von neuen Medien und Technologien explorieren.

Digitalization is increasingly permeating and shaping our lives, culture and science. The digital transformation also has major ramifications for philosophy. On the one hand, new questions and problems arise that challenge the traditional fields of ethics, epistemology, ontology and aesthetics. On the other hand, digital media are also transforming the practice of doing philosophy. The Philosophia Digitalis series sees itself as a forum for studies that critically reflect on this twofold philosophical significance of digitization and explore it by looking at new media and technologies.