Mag. Dr. David Wagner, BA
Winter term 2020
180057 VO-L History of Philosophy III - Modern Period Until the End of the 19th Cent.
180111 LPS Meaning/less - Readings on the Meaning of Life
180217 KU Deleuze/Peirce/Bergson - Movement-Image and Time-Image
180227 LPS Meaning/less - Readings on the Meaning of Life
180228 SE Writing Workshop - for Theses in Philosophy
Wagner, D 2019, Erwin Panofsky. in Oxford Bibliographies. Oxford University Press, New York. https://doi.org/10.1093/OBO/9780195399301-0414

Waibel, V, Ruffing, M & Wagner, D (eds) 2018, Natur und Freiheit: Akten des XII. Internationalen Kant-Kongresses ; Band 1. vol. 1, Walter de Gruyter, Berlin/Boston.

Waibel, V, Ruffing, M & Wagner, D (eds) 2018, Natur und Freiheit: Akten des XII. Internationalen Kant-Kongresses ; Band 2. vol. 2, Walter de Gruyter, Berlin/Boston.

Waibel, V, Ruffing, M & Wagner, D (eds) 2018, Natur und Freiheit: Akten des XII. Internationalen Kant-Kongresses ; Band 3. vol. 3, Walter de Gruyter, Berlin/Boston.

Waibel, V, Ruffing, M & Wagner, D (eds) 2018, Natur und Freiheit: Akten des XII. Internationalen Kant-Kongresses ; Band 4. vol. 4, Walter de Gruyter, Berlin/Boston.

Waibel, V, Ruffing, M & Wagner, D (eds) 2018, Natur und Freiheit: Akten des XII. Internationalen Kant-Kongresses ; Band 5. vol. 5, Walter de Gruyter, Berlin/Boston.

Waibel, V, Wagner, D & Ruffing, M 2018, Vorwort. in V Waibel & M Ruffing (eds), Natur und Freiheit: Akten des 12. Internationalen Kant-Kongresses. vol. 1, De Gruyter, Berlin, pp. XIII-XVI.

Wagner, D 2017, Walton’s ‘vivacity’ and cinematic realism. in S Majetschak & A Weiberg (eds), Aesthetics Today: Contemporary Approaches to the Aesthetics of Nature and of Arts ; Proceedings of the 39th International Wittgenstein Symposium in Kirchberg.. Walter de Gruyter, pp. 207 - 218. https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110540413-015


Keintzel, B & Wagner, D, Gesichter Hören: [Reihe: Philosophische Brocken], 2015, Radio show, Radio Orange.


Wagner, D, Lesebrocken (3): Sechs Rezensionen, 2014, Radio show, radio orange .


Wagner, D 2012, The Uses of Nonsense: Ludwig Wittgenstein reads Lewis Carroll. in WUA Lütterfelds (ed.), Wittgenstein-Studien 3/2012. Walter de Gruyter, Berlin, Wittgenstein-Studien: internationales Jahrbuch für Wittgenstein-Forschung, pp. 205-216.


Wagner, D 2011, Glimpses of Unsurveyable Maps. in E Nemeth (ed.), Image and Imaging in Philosophy, Science and the Arts: Proceedings of the 33rd International Wittgenstein Symposium. Ontos Verlag, Heusenstamm bei Frankfurt, Publications of the Austrian Ludwig Wittgenstein Society / New Series, no. 2, vol. 17, pp. 365-376.

Wagner, D 2011, Humble Poets? Wittgenstein and Heidegger Read Hebel. in E Ramharter (ed.), Ungesellige Geselligkeiten. Wittgensteins Umgang mit anderen Denkern. Unsocial Sociabilities. Wittgenstein´s Sources. Parerga, Berlin, pp. 153-165.



Wagner, D 2009, 'Es ist ein Beispiel, bei dem man Gedanken haben kann.' - Wittgenstein liest Hebel. in VA Munz, K Puhl & J Wang (eds), Language and World. Papers of the 32nd International Wittgenstein Symposium. Österr. Ludwig-Wittgenstein-Ges., Kirchberg am Wechsel, pp. 427-429.

‘There may be trouble ahead’: Re-reading Cavell on the Film-Musical

David Wagner (Speaker)
9 Mar 2018

Activity: Talks and presentationsTalk or oral contributionScience to Science


„Indiscernibles and Cinematic Realism“

David Wagner (Selected presenter)
3 Nov 2016

Activity: Talks and presentationsTalk or oral contributionOther


„Walton’s ,vivacity‘ and Cinematic Realism“

David Wagner (Invited speaker)
10 Aug 2016

Activity: Talks and presentationsTalk or oral contributionOther


Sur/faces: Faces and Masks on Film

David Wagner (Selected presenter)
30 May 2015

Activity: Talks and presentationsTalk or oral contributionOther


Food for Thought: Wittgenstein and Crime Fiction

David Wagner (Invited speaker)
19 Jun 2012

Activity: Talks and presentationsTalk or oral contributionOther


Wittgenstein im Film (Podiumsdiskussion)

David Wagner (Speaker)
24 Feb 2012

Activity: Talks and presentationsTalk or oral contributionOther


The Uses of Nonsense: Ludwig Wittgenstein reads Lewis Carroll

David Wagner (Invited speaker)
28 Oct 2010

Activity: Talks and presentationsTalk or oral contributionOther


Glimpses of Unsurveyable Maps

David Wagner (Invited speaker)
10 Aug 2010

Activity: Talks and presentationsTalk or oral contributionOther


Humble Poets? - Wittgenstein and Heidegger read Hebel

David Wagner (Speaker)
31 Oct 2009

Activity: Talks and presentationsTalk or oral contributionOther


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