Wittgenstein is the Winner!

Yesterday I proposed blogging through Gadamer, Heidegger, or Wittgenstein

Wittgenstein is the winner (requested to be in April). Plan is to work through Philosophical Investigations* – two posts a week (one covering material, one reflection on how ideas can be used in our study).

I will contribute the overviews. As we get going, if anyone would like to write a reflection post just let me know.

I will post an intro and reading plan towards the end of March.

*For anyone trying to learn or practice German this edition is a great tool.

Blogging – Gadamer, Heidegger, Wittgenstein

I am currently moving back through the hermeneutics portion of my dissertation and so re-reading several influential works of the 20th Century (or in case of Heidegger reading the whole thing for first time). Currently reading:

I have entertained the thought of blogging through one of these books. It could help me as I would have to digest the material in a different way, and offer chance for others to tell me what I get wrong (these are not easy reads!). It could also be of interest, even useful, for others doing biblical studies because these works are so influential in the ways we read and understand.

Would anyone be interested in working through one of these books together in March and April? Which of these books would interest you the most?