At a conference in the University of Navarre, 1988

 

 

Gormally, L. – Kietzmann, C. – Torralba, J. M.

Bibliography of Works by

G.E.M. Anscombe

[Seventh version ­– June 2012]


The following bibliography of works by the British philosopher Elizabeth Anscombe (1919-2001) was prepared in January 2007, and revised in October 2007, April 2008, August 2008, April 2009, January 2011 and June 2012 by Luke Gormally, Christian Kietzmann and José María Torralba[[1]] with the purpose of making it available on the internet.[[2]]

The works are listed by their first publishing date. The papers included in the Collected Philosophical Papers are listed by the date shown there. For each entry, it is mentioned as well whether they have been either republished or collected (some translations into other languages are also included). Abbreviations refer to the following collections of Prof. Anscombe’s works:

— CP = The Collected Philosophical Papers of G.E.M. Anscombe, 3 vols., Oxford: Blackwell – Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1981.

— Human Life, Action and Ethics = Human Life, Action and Ethics, ed. by M. Geach – L. Gormally, (St. Andrews Studies in Philosophy and Public Affairs), Exeter: Imprint Academic, 2005.

— La filosofía analítica y la espiritualidad del hombre = La filosofía analítica y la espiritualidad del hombre. Leccio­nes en la Universidad de Navarra, ed. by J.M. Torralba – J. Nubiola, Pamplona: Eunsa, 2005.

Faith in a Hard Ground = Faith in a Hard Ground. Essays on Religion, Philosophy and Ethics, ed. by M. Geach – L. Gormally, (St. Andrews Studies in Philosophy and Public Affairs), Exeter: Imprint Academic, 2008.

From Plato to Wittgenstein = From Plato to Wittgenstein, ed. by M. Geach – L. Gormally, (St. Andrews Studies in Philosophy and Public Affairs), Exeter: Imprint Academic, 2011.

Although the list aims to be comprehensive, some minor details are lacking. We will appreciate any addition or suggestion. Please contact: ajlg39[a]talktalk.net (Luke Gormally), gkietzmann[a]aol.com (Christian Kietzmann), jmtorralba[a]unav.es (José M. Torralba).

Following versions of this list will be published on:

http://www.unav.es/filosofia/jmtorralba/anscombe/

Citation: Gormally, L. – Kietzmann, C. – Torralba, J. M., Bibliography of Works by G.E.M. Anscombe, Seventh Version – June 2012, URL = <http://hdl.handle.net/10171/15575>

 

 

 

 

 

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1939

[With Norman Daniel] The Justice of the Present War Examined. A criticism based on traditional Catholic principles and on natural reason, Oxford, 1939 [published by the authors].

The pamphlet contains two parts:

Part I: “The War and the Moral Law” [by G.E.M. Anscombe]

Part II: “The War, Society and the Individual” [presumably written by Norman Daniel]

[Part I was republished in CP III,  under the title of the full pamphlet: “The Justice of the Present War examined”, in CP III 72-81]

1948

“A Reply to Mr. C.S. Lewis’s Argument that ‘Naturalism’ is Self-Refuting”, in Socratic Digest, vol. 4, n. 2 (1948), pp. 7-16.[[3]]

[=CP II 224-232]

1950

“The Reality of the Past”, in Black, Max (ed.), Philosophical Analysis, New York: Ithaca, 1950, pp. 36-56.

[=CP II 104-119]

1951

[With Rush Rhees and G.H. von Wright] “Note”, in Mind, vol. 60 (1951), p. 584.

[= Philosophical Review, vol. 60 (1951), p. 607] [= Flowers III, F. A. (ed.), Portraits of Wittgenstein, vol. 4, Bristol: Thoemmes Press, 1999, p. 138]

1952

“Wittgenstein” [Letter to the Editor], in World Review (London), New Series 35 (Jan. 1952), p. 3.

 

1953a

Note on the English Version of Wittgenstein’s Philosophische Untersuchungen”, in Mind, vol. 62 (1953), pp. 521-522.

 

1953b

“The Principle of Individuation”, in Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, suppl. vol. 27 (1953), pp. 83-96.

[= Barnes, J. – Schofield, M. – Sorabji, R. (eds.), Articles on Aristotle. Vol. III: Metaphysics, London: Duckworth, 1979, pp. 88-95] [=CP I 57-65]

1953c

Translation: Wittgenstein, L., Philosophical Investigations, Oxford: Blackwell, 1953.

 

1954a

[With Peter Geach] Translation: Descartes, R., Philosophical Writings. (A Selection), London: Nelson, 1954.

 

1954b

“Misinformation: What Wittgenstein Really Said”, in The Tablet, 17 Apr. 1954, p. 373.

 

1954c

“The ‘Tractatus’ of Wittgenstein” [Letter to the Editor], in The Tablet, 15 May 1954, pp. 478-479.

 

1956a

Mr. Truman’s Degree, Oxford: Oxonian Press (Oxford Street) [1956] [published by the author].[[4]]

[=CP III 62-71] [= The Thoreau Quarterly, vol. 17, nn. 1-2 (1985), pp. 9-19]

1956b

Analysis Competition – Tenth Problem”, in Analysis, vol. 16, n. 6 (1956), and vol. 17, n. 3 (1957), pp. 49-52.

[=CP II 220-223]

1956c

Aristotle and the Sea Battle: De Interpretatione, Chapter IX”, in Mind, vol. 65 (1956), pp. 1-15.

[=CP I 44-55]

1956d

Translation: Wittgenstein, L., Remarks on the Foundation of Mathe­matics, Oxford: Blackwell, 1956.

 

1957a

“Intention”, in Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, vol. 57 (1957), pp. 321-332.

[=CP II 75-82] [French translation: Pharo, P. – Quere, L. (eds.), Les formes de l’action. Semantique et sociologie (Raisons pratiques 1), Paris: Éditions de l'École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, 1990]

1957b

Intention, Oxford: Blackwell, 1957.

[First edition. See 1963a]

1957c

“Report on ‘It is Impossible to be told Anyone’s Name’”, in Analysis, vol. 17 (1957), pp. 49-51.

 

1957d

“Does Oxford Moral Philosophy Corrupt the Youth?”, in The Listener, 14 Fe­bruary 1957, n. 1455, vol. LVII, pp. 266-271. [Talk given on the BBC Third Programme, February 1957]

[=Human Life, Action and Ethics, pp. 161-168]

1957e

“Letter to the Editor”, in The Listener, 28 Feb. 1957, n. 1457, vol. LVII, p. 349.

 

1957f

“Letter to the Editor”, in The Listener, 14 Mar. 1957, n. 1459, vol. LVII, p. 427.

 

1957g

“Letter to the Editor”, in The Listener, 21 Mar. 1957, n. 1460, vol. LVII, pp. 478-479.

 

1957h

“Letter to the Editor”, in The Listener, 28 Mar. 1957, n. 1461, vol. LVII, pp. 519-520.

 

1957i

“Letter to the Editor”, in The Listener, 4 Apr. 1957, n. 1461, vol. LVII, p. 564.

 

1957j

Names of Words. A Reply to Dr. Whiteley”, in Analysis, vol. 18, n. 1 (1957), pp.
17-19.

 

1957k

[With Rush Rhees and G.H. von Wright] “Notes and News”, in Journal of Philosophy vol. 54 (1957), p. 484.

 

1958a

Modern Moral Philosophy”, in Philosophy, vol. XXXIII, n. 124 (1958), pp. 1-19.

[=CP III 26-42] [=Human Life, Action and Ethics, pp. 169-194] [Spanish translation: “La filosofía moral moderna”, trans. Ch. Martin – J. M. Torralba, in La filosofía analítica y la espiritualidad del hombre, pp. 95-122; and “La filosofía moral moderna”, trans. L. E. Manríquez, in Platts, M. (comp.), Conceptos éticos fundamentales, México: UNAM, 2006, pp.] [German translation: “Moderne Moralphilosophie”, trans., in Grewendorf, G. – Meggle, G. (Hrsg.), Seminar: Sprache und Ethik. Zur Entwicklung der Metaethik, Frankfurt a. M.: Suhrkamp, 1974, pp. 217-243] [French translation: “La philosophie morale moderne”, trans. G. Ginvert – P. Ducray, in Klesis. Revue Philosophique / Actualité de la philosophie analytique, vol. 9 (2008), pp. 9-31] [Italian translation: “La filosofia morale moderna”, trans. E. Monteleone, in Mercado, J. A. (ed.), Elizabeth Anscombe e il rinnovamento della psicologia morale, Roma: Armando Editore, 2010, pp. 19-42]

1958b

On Brute Facts”, in Analysis, vol. 18, n. 3 (1958), pp. 69-72.

[=CP III 22-25]

1958c

“‘Pretending’”, in Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, suppl. vol. 32 (1958), pp. 279-294.

[=CP II 83-93]

1958d

“In Blood Steep’d So Far”, in Oxford Opinion, 14 February 1958, p. 3.

 

1959a

An Introduction to Wittgenstein’s Tractatus, London: Hutchinson, 1959.

[Spanish translation: Introducción al “Tractatus” de Wittgenstein, trans. M. Pérez, Buenos Aires: El Ateneo, 1977] [Italian translation: Introduzione al “Tractatus” di Wittgenstein, trans. E. Mistretta, Roma: Ubaldini, 1966]

1959b

Mr. Copi on Objects, Properties and Relations in the ‘Tractatus’”, in Mind, vol. 68 (1959), p. 404.

[= Copi, I. – Beard, R.W. (eds.), Essays on Wittgenstein’s Tractatus, 1966, pp. 187-188.

1959c

“Wittgenstein the Elusive” [Letter to the Editor], in Times Literary Supplement, 29 May 1959, p. 321.

 

1959d

“We understand the word ‘red’ by seeing what is common to a number of red objects”, in Journal of the Philosophical Association, vol. VI, n. 21 (January 1959), pp. 1-4.

 

1961a

Translation: Wittgenstein, L., Notebooks 1914-1916, Oxford: Blackwell, 1961.

 

1961b

“Aristotle”, in Anscombe, G.E.M. – Geach, P.T., Three Philosophers, Oxford: Blackwell, 1961, pp. 1-63.

 

1961c

“War and Murder”, in Stein, W. (ed.), Nuclear Weapons: A Catholic Res­ponse, London: Burns & Oates, 1961, pp. 43-62.

[=CP III 51-61] [=P.A. Woodward (ed.), The Doctrine of Double Effect. Philosophers Debate a Controversial Moral Principle, Notre Dame: 2001, pp. 247-260]

1961d

Edition [with Raymond Klibansky]: Plato, The Sophist & The Statesman, trans. A.E. Taylor, London: Thomas Nelson and Sons, 1961.

 

1962a

On Sensations of Position”, in Analysis, vol. 22, n. 3 (1962), pp. 55-58.

[=CP II 71-74]

1962b

“Authority in Morals”, in Todd, J. M. (ed.), Problems of Authority, London: Darton, Longman and Todd, 1962, pp. 179-188. [Paper read at an Anglo-French symposium held at the Abbey of Notre-Dame du Bec in April 1961]

[=CP III 43-50] [=Faith in a Hard Ground, pp. 92-100]

1962c

Wittgenstein in Red” [Letter to the Editor], in Times Literary Supplement, 25 May 1962, p. 373.

 

1962d

Wittgenstein in Red” [Letter to the Editor], in Times Literary Supplement, 8 June 1962, p. 429.

 

1963a

Intention, 2nd edn., Oxford: Blackwell, 1963.

[=Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2000]. [German translation: Absicht, intr. and ed. by J.M. Connolly – T. Keutner, Freiburg – München: Karl Alber, 1986] [Spanish translation: Intención, intr. J. Mosterín, trans. A. I. Stellino, Barcelona: Paidós, 1991] [French translation: L'Intention, intr. V. Descombes, trans. M. Maurice – C. Michon, Paris: Gallimard, 2001] [Italian translation: Intenzione, trans. and int. C. Sagliani, Roma: Edizione Università della Santa Croce, 2004]

1963b

The Two Kinds of Error in Action”, Journal of Philosophy, vol. 60 (1963), pp. 393-400.

[=CP III 3-9]

1963c

Review of: Paul Ziff, Semantic Analysis”, in Mind, vol. 72, n. 286 (1963), pp. 288-293.

 

1964a

“‘Substance’”, in Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, suppl. vol. 38 (1964), pp. 69-78.

[=CP II 37-43]

1964b

Before and After”, in Philosophical Review, vol. 73 (1964), pp. 3-24.

[=CP II 180-195]

1965a

“Thought and Action in Aristotle. What is Practical Truth?”, in Bambrough,
J. R. (ed.), New Essays on Plato and Aristotle, London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1965, pp. 143-158.

[=CP I 66-77]

1965b

“The Intentionality of Sensation. A Grammatical Feature”, in Butler, R. J. (ed.), Analytical Philosophy - Second Series, Oxford: Blackwell, 1965, pp. 158-180.

[=CP II 3-20]

1965c

Retractation”, in Analysis, vol. 26, n. 2 (1965), pp. 33-36.

[=CP I 108-111]

1965d

“Necessity and Truth”, in Times Literary Supplement, 14 February 1965, p.26.

[=CP I 81-85; revised version]

1965e

“Contraception and Natural Law”, in New Blackfriars, vol. 46 (1965), pp. 517-521.

 

1965f

“Mechanism and Teleology” = “Review of Charles Taylor, The Explanation of Behaviour”, in The New Statesman, Feb. 5, 1965, p. 206.

 

1965g

[With G.H. von Wright and R. Rhees] “Wittgenstein’s Tractatus” [Letter to the Editor], in Times Literary Supplement, 18 Feb. 1965, p. 132.

 

1966a

A Note on Mr. Bennett”, in Analysis, vol. 26, n. 6 (1966), p. 208.

 

1966b

“The New Theory of Forms”, in Monist, vol. 50, n. 3 (1966), pp. 403-420.

[=CP I 21-33]

1967a

Translation: Wittgenstein, L., Zettel, Oxford: 1967.

 

1967b

On the Grammar of Enjoy”, in Journal of Philosophy, vol. 64 (1967), pp. 607-614.

[=CP II 94-100]

1967c

“Who is Wronged? Philippa Foot and ‘Double Effect’”, in The Oxford Review, vol. 5 (1967), pp. 16-17.

[=J.G. Haber (ed.), Absolutism and Its Consequentialist Critics, Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 1994, pp. 159-160] [=Human Life, Action and Ethics, pp. 249-252]

1968

“You can have Sex without Children: Christianity and the New Offer”, in Shook, L. K., Re­newal of Religious Structures. Proceedings of the Canadian Centenary Theological Congress, New York: Herder & Herder, 1968.

[=CP III 82-96] [Spanish translation: “Sexo y moralidad”, in Teología de la renovación, vol. 2, Salamanca: Sígueme, 1972, pp. 307-333]

1969a

[With Denis Paul] Translation: Wittgenstein, L., On Certainty, Oxford: Blackwell, 1969.

 

1969b

“On Promising and its Justice, and Whether it Need be Respected in Foro Interno”, in Crítica, vol. 3, n. 7-8 (1969), pp. 61-83.

[=CP III 10-21]

1969c

“Parmenides, Mystery and Contradiction”, in Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, vol. 69 (1969), pp. 125-132.

[=CP I 3-8]

1969d

Causality and Extensionality”, in Journal of Philosophy, vol. 66 (1969), pp. 152-159.

[=CP II 173-179]

1969e

“On the Form of Wittgenstein’s Writing”, in Klibansky, R. (ed.), Contem­porary Philosophy: A Survey, vol. 3, Firenze: La Nuova Italia, 1969, pp. 373-378.

 

[=Canfield, J. V. (ed.), The Philosophy of Wittgenstein, vol. V, London – New York: Garland Publishing Co., 1986, pp. 1-6] [=Flowers III, F.A. (ed.), Portraits of Wittgenstein, vol. IV, Bristol – Sterling, VA: Thoemmes Press, 1999, pp. 177-181] [=From Plato to Wittgenstein, pp. 187-192]

1970

[With G.H. von Wright and R. Rhees] “Wittgenstein’s Tractatus” [Letter to the Editor], in Times Literary Supplement, 9 Oct. 1970, p. 1165.

 

1971a

Causality and Determination. An Inaugural Lecture, Cambridge: University Press, 1971.

 

[=Sosa, E. (ed.), Causation and Conditionals (Oxford Readings in Philosophy), Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1975, pp. 63-81] [=CP II 133-147] [Italian translation: “Causalità e determinazione”, trans. C. Sagliani, in Acta Philosophica, vol. 11/2 (2002), pp. 197-214.

1972a

Contraception and Chastity” [Paper delivered to the Bristol Newman Circle], in The Human World, vol. 7 (1972), pp. 9-30.

 

[=Bayles, M. D. (ed.), Ethics and Population, Cambridge, MA: Schenkman Publ. Comp, 1976, pp. 134-153] [German transalation: Sueßmuth, R. (ed.), Empfängnisverhuetung. Fakten, Hintergruende, Zusammenhaenge, Holzgerlingen, 2000, p. 1016ff.]

1972b

“Reply” [To the two letters, one signed by Peter Winch, the other signed by Michael Tanner and Bernard Williams in The Human World, vol. 9 (1972), 41-48], in The Human World, vol. 9 (1972), pp. 48-51.

[=Bayles, M. D. (ed.), Ethics and Population. Cambridge, MA: Schenkman Publ. Comp., 1976, pp. 162-16; revised and abridged]

1972c

[With J. Feldman] “On the Nature of Justice in a Trial”, in Analysis, vol. 33, n. 2 (1972), pp. 33-36.

 

1973a

On Justice in a Trial”, in Analysis, vol. 34 (1973), p. 32.

 

1973b

Hume and Julius Caesar”, in Analysis, vol. 34, n. 1 (1973), pp. 1-7.

[=CP I 86-92]

1973c

Wittgenstein” [Letter to the Editor], in Times Literary Supplement, 16 Nov. 1973, p. 1401.

 

1974a

“Comments on Professor R.L. Gregory’s Paper on Perception”, in Brown, S.C. (ed.), Philosophy of Psychology, London: Macmillan – New York: Barnes and Nobel, 1974, pp. 211-220.

[=CP II 64-70]

 

1974b

“Discussion”, in S.C. Brown (ed.), Philosophy of Psychology, London: Macmillan – New York: Barnes and Nobel, 1974, pp. 231-244.

 

1974c

“Memory, Experience and Causation”, in Lewis, H.D. (ed.), Contemporary British Philosophy, fourth series, London: Allin & Unwin, 1974.

[=CP II 120-130]

1974d

“Times, Beginnings and Causes”, in Proceedings of the British Academy, vol. 60 (1974).

[=CP II 148-162]

1974e

‘Whatever has a Beginning of Existence must have a Cause’: Hume’s Argu­ment Exposed”, in Analysis, vol. 34, n. 5 (1974), pp. 145-151.

[=CP I 93-99] [= in Davies, B. (ed.), Philosophy of Religion. A Guide and Anthology, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000]

1974f

On Transubstantiation, London: Catholic Truth Society, 1974.

 

[=CP III 107-112] [=Faith in a Hard Ground, pp. 84-91] [Spanish translation: “Sobre la transubstanciación”, trans. J. V. Arregui – J. Nubiola,  in Scripta Theologica, vol. 29 (1992), pp. 603-611; reprinted in La filosofía analítica y la espiritualidad del hombre, pp. 85-94]

1974g

“Comment”, in Körner, S. (ed.), Practical Reason, Oxford: Blackwell, 1974, pp. 17-21.

 

1974h

Wittgenstein” [Letter to the Editor], in Times Literary Supplement, 4 Jan. 1974, p. 12.

 

1974i

Wittgenstein” [Letter to the Editor], in Times Literary Supplement, 18 Jan. 1974, p. 55.

 

1975a

“The First Person”, in Guttenplan, S. (ed.), Mind and Language. Wolfson College Lectures 1974, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1975, pp. 45-65.

[=CP II 21-36]

1975b

“Subjunctive Conditionals”, in Ruch Filozoficzny, vol. 33, n. 3-4 (1975), 305-312.

[=CP II 196-207; with “Prefatory Note”]

1975c

“Ursprung und Grenzen der staatlichen Autorität”, in Anscombe [, G.E.M.] – Berglar [, P.] – Clark [, C.], Globale Gesellschaft und Zivilisation. Lindenthal-Institut Colloquium. Köln 1975, Köln: Adamas-Verlag, 1975, pp. 37-55.

[Recording of the lecture available at www.lindenthal-institut.de/audio.html]

1975d

“Aussprache”, in Anscombe [, G.E.M.] – Berglar [, P.] – Clark [, C.], Globale Gesellschaft und Zivilisation. Lindenthal-Institut Colloquium. Köln 1975, Köln: Adamas-Verlag, 1975, pp. 56-64.

 

1976a

“Soft Determinism”, in Ryle, G. (ed.), Contemporary Aspects of Philosophy, London: Oriel Press, 1976, pp. 148-160.

[=CP II 163-172]

1976b

“On the Hatred of God”, in Theology, vol. 79 (1976), pp. 131-132.

[English translation of a Latin sermon delivered before the University of Oxford]

[=Faith in a Hard Ground, pp. 61-62]

1977a

“The Question of Linguistic Idealism”, in Acta Philosophica Fennica, vol. 28, n. 1-3 (1976), pp. 188-215. [=Hintikka, J. (ed.), Essays on Wittgenstein in Honour of G.H. von Wright]

[=CP I 112-133]

1977b

On Frustration of the Majority by Fulfilment of the Majority’s Will”, in Ana­lysis, vol. 36, n. 4 (1976), pp. 161-168.

[=CP III 123-129]

1977c

“The Subjectivity of Sensation”, in Ajatus (Yearbook of the Philosophical Society of Finland), vol. 36 (1976), pp. 3-18.

[=CP II 44- 56].

1977d

Contraception and Chastity, London: Catholic Truth Society, 1977[[5]].

[=Faith in a Hard Ground, pp. 170-191]

1978a

“Will and Emotion”, in Chisholm, R.M. (ed.), Die Philosophie Franz Brentano’s, Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1978 (=Grazer Philosophische Studien, vol. 5 [1978]), pp. 139-148.

[=CP I 100-107]

1978b

“On the Source of the Authority of the State”, in Ratio, vol. 20, n. 1 (1978), pp. 1-28.

[=CP III 130-155]

1978c

“Rules, Rights, and Promises”, in Midwest Studies in Philosophy, vol. 3 (1978), pp. 318-323.

[=CP III 97-103]

1978d

“L’ambiente morale del bambino”, in Verdaguer, J. M. – Chaunu, P. –Anscombe, E., I diritti del fanciullo e della famiglia, Quaderni ICU (Educazione e Sviluppo n. 7), Roma: Istituto per la Cooperazione Universitaria, 1978, pp. 33-42.

[English version in 2008p]

1978e

[“Interview about Wittgenstein” (In Dutch)[[6]]], in Boenders, F. (ed.), Over Wittgenstein gesproken, Baarn: Het Wereldvenster, 1978.

 

1979a

“Chisholm on Action”, in Grazer Philosophische Studien, vol. 7-8 (1979), pp. 205-213.

[=Human Life, Action and Ethics, pp. 77-87]

1979b

“Prolegomenon to a Pursuit of the Definition of Murder: The Illegal and the Unlawful”, in Dialectics and Humanism, vol. 6, n. 4 (1979), pp. 73-77.

[=Hu­man Life, Action and Ethics, pp. 253-260] [Polish translation: Etyka, vol. 19 (1981), pp. 77-82]

1979c

‘Under a Description’”, in Noûs, vol. 13 (1979), pp. 219-233.

[=CP II 208-219]

1979d

“Understanding Proofs, ‘Meno’, 85d9-86c2, continued”, in Philosophy, vol. 54 (1979), pp. 149-158.

[=CP I 34-43]

1979e

“What is it to Believe Someone”, in Delaney, C.F. (ed.), Rationality and Religious Belief, Notre Dame: Notre Dame University Press, 1979, pp. 141-151.

[=Faith in a Hard Ground, pp. 1-10]

1979f

Review of J. Teichman, The Meaning of Illegitimacy”, in Philosophical Quarterly, vol. 29, n. 117 (1979), pp. 375-376.

 

1979g

Answering Vatican Charges” [Letter to the Editor], in The Times, 17 Dec. 1979, p. 13.

 

1979h

“On Humanae Vitae”, in Santamaria, J. N. – Billings, J. J., Human love and human life. Papers on Humanae Vitae and the ovulation method of natural family planning from the International conference, University of Melbourne, 1978, Melbourne: Polding Press, 1979, pp. 121-127. [Paper delivered in February 1978 to an International Conference at the University of Melbourne on Humanae Vitae and the Ovulation Method of Natural Family Planning]

[=Faith in a Hard Ground, pp. 192-198]

1980a

La filosofía analítica y la espiritualidad del hombre”, in Anuario Filosófico, vol. XIII, n. 1 (1980), pp. 27-40.[[7]] [Address, XVI Reuniones Filosóficas, Universidad de Navarra, 13.3.1979]

[=La filosofía analítica y la espiri­tualidad del hombre, pp. 19-33] [English version in 2005l]

1980b

“Matters of Consequence” = “Review of Richard Sorabji, Necessity, Cause and Blame: Perspectives on Aristotle's Theory”, in Times Literary Supplement, 20 June 1980, p. 701.

 

1981a

From Parmenides to Wittgenstein. The Collected Philosophical Papers of G.E.M. Anscombe, vol. I, Oxford: Blackwell – Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1981. [=CP 1]

 

1981b

Metaphysics and the Philosophy of Mind. The Collected Philosophical Papers of G.E.M. Anscombe, vol. II, Oxford: Blackwell – Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1981. [=CP 2]

 

1981c

Ethics, Religion and Politics. The Collected Philosophical Papers of G.E.M. Anscombe, vol. III, Oxford: Blackwell – Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1981. [=CP 3]

 

1981d

“Introduction”, in CP I vii-xi.

 

1981e

“Introduction”, in CP II vii-x.

 

1981f

“Introduction”, in CP III vii-ix.

 

1981g

“The Early Theory of Forms”, in CP I 9-20.

 

1981h

“Events in the Mind”, in CP II 56-63. [Paper presented to the Priests’ Philosophical Group, 1963]

 

1981i

“Faith”, in CP III 113-120. [Fifth Wiseman Lecture delivered on 27 October 1975 at Oscott College]

[=Faith in a Hard Ground, pp. 11-19]

1981j

“Commentary 2 on Harris’ ‘Ethical Problems in the Management of some Severely Handicapped Children”, in Journal of Medical Ethics, vol. 9 (1981), pp. 122-123[[8]].

[=Human Life, Action and Ethics, pp. 279-283]

1981k

“A Theory of Language”, in Block, I. (ed.), Perspectives on the Philosophy of Wittgenstein, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1981, pp. 148-158.

[=From Plato to Wittgenstein, pp. 193-203]

1982a

“Medalist’s Address: Action, Intention and ‘Double Effect’”, in Proceedings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association, vol. 56 (1982), pp. 12-25. [An address given on the occasion of receiving the Aquinas medal of the American Catholic Philosophical Association on 17 April 1982]

[=Woodward, P.A. (ed.), The Doctrine of Double Effect. Philosophers Debate a Controversial Moral Principle. Notre Dame: 2001, pp. 50-66] [=Human Life, Action and Ethics, pp. 207-226]

1982b

“Morality”, in Marneau, C. (ed.), Pro Ecclesia et Pontifice, 1982, pp. 16-18. [Talk given on 20 February 1982]

[=Faith in a Hard Ground, pp. 113-116]

1982c

“On the Notion of Immaterial Substance”, in O’Hara, M.L. (ed.), Substance and Things. Aristotle’s Doctrine of Physical Substance in Recent Essays, Washington: University of America Press, 1982, pp. 252-262.[[9]] [See 2005l]

 

1982d

Review of Gareth B. Matthews, Philosophy and the Young Child”, in Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, vol. 43, n. 2 (1982), pp. 265-267.

 

1982e

Por qué la prueba de Anselmo en el Proslogion no es un argumento ontológico”, in Anuario Filosófico, vol. 25 (1982), pp. 9-18. [Address, XIX Reuniones Filosóficas, Universidad de Navarra, 9.3.1982]

[=La filosofía analítica y la espiritualidad del hombre, pp. 35-46] [English version in 1985e]

1983a

“Opening Address”, in Leinfellner, W. – Kraemer, E. – Schenk, J. (eds.), Language and Ontology: Proceedings of the 6th Inter­national Wittgenstein Symposium, Viena: Holder-Pichler-Tempsky, 1982, pp. 26-28.

 [=From Plato to Wittgenstein, pp. 181-186]

1983b

“On Private Ostensive Definitions”, in Leinfellner, W. – Kraemer, E. – Schenk, J. (eds.), Language and Ontology: Proceedings of the 6th Inter­national Wittgenstein Symposium, Viena: Holder-Pichler-Tempsky, 1982, pp. 212-217.

 

1983c

“The Causation of Action”, in Ginet, C. (ed.), Knowledge and Mind: Philosophical Essays, New York: Oxford University Press, 1983, pp. 174-190.

[=Human Life, Action and Ethics, pp. 89-108]

1983d

“Sins of Omission: The Non-treatment of Controls in Clinical Trials: II”, in Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, suppl. vol. 57 (1983), pp. 223-227. [Response to Michael Lockwood’s paper on the topic of the title in an Aristotelian Society Symposium; thus “II”]

[=Human Life, Action and Ethics, 285-291]

1984a

“Some Reminiscences of Wittgenstein from Littlewood’s Papers per Dame Mary Cartwright”, in The Cambridge Review, July 1984, p. 129.

 

1985a

“Review of S.A. Kripke: Wittgenstein on Rules and Private Language”, in Ca­nadian Journal of Philosophy, vol. 5 (1985), pp. 103-109.

 

1985b

Review of Saul Kripke, Wittgenstein on Rules and Private Language”, in Ethics, vol. 95 (1985), pp. 342-352[[10]].

[=From Plato to Wittgenstein, pp. 231-246]

1985c

“Paganism, Superstition and Philosophy”, in The Thoreau Quarterly, vol. 17 (1985), pp. 20-31. [The Gildersleve Lecture delivered at Barnard College, February 1984]

[=Crespo, M. (ed)., Menschenwürde: Metaphysik und Ethik, Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag C. Winter, 1998, pp. 93-105] [=Faith in a Hard Ground, pp. 49-60]

1985d

“Truth: Anselm or Thomas?”, in New Blackfriars, vol. 66 (1985), pp. 82-98. [The 1984 Aquinas Lecture delivered at Blackfriars, Oxford, on 16 February 1984]

[=From Plato to Wittgenstein, pp. 51-69; there are some occasional differences in the present text from the previously published version, introduced in the light of the original typescript and of annotations to the printed version by the author]

1985e

Has Mankind One Soul … An Angel Distributed through Many Bodies?, Milwaukee: Marquette University Press, 1986. [The Casassa Lecture, Loyola Marymount University, 21 March 1985]

[=Human Life, Action and Ethics, pp. 17-26]

1985f

“Were you a Zygote?”, in Griffiths, A.P. (ed.), Philosophy and Practice, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985, pp. 111-1117. [Lecture given at the Royal Institute of Philosophy in 1984]

[=Human Life, Action and Ethics, pp. 39-44]

1985g

 “Why Anselm’s Proof in the Proslogion is not an Ontological Argument?”, in The Thoreau Quarterly, vol. 17 (1985), pp. 32-40. [English version of 1982e] [See 1987b]

[=From Plato to Wittgenstein, pp. 35-43]

1986a

“Gradualness in a Law, and a Law of Gradualness”, in Anthropos [=Anthropotés], vol. 2 (1986), pp. 183-186.

 

1986b

“Knowledge and Reverence for Human Life”, in Hittinger, R. (ed.), Linking the Human Life Issues, Washington D.C.: Regnery-Gateway, 1986, pp. 170-178. [Lecture given at a Symposium on Human Life in March 1981 at Marquette University]

[=Human Life, Action and Ethics, pp. 59-66]

1987a

“Twenty Opinions Common Among Modern Anglo-American Philosophers”, in Persona, veritá e morale. Atti del Congresso Internazionale di Teologia Morale (Roma, 7-12 aprile 1986), Roma: Città Nuova Editrice, 1987, pp. 49-50.

[=Faith in a Hard Ground, pp. 66-68]

1987b

“Descartes and Anselm”, in Perzanowski, J. (ed.), Essays on Philosophy and Logic. Proceedings of the XXXth Conference on the History of Logic, Dedicated to Roman Suszko, Cracow: Jagiellonian University Press, 1987, pp. 15-18. [Lecture at the XXXth Conference on the History of Logic, Cracow, October 19-21, 1984] [This is a more concise treatment of the topic of 1985g]

 

1988a

“Existence and Truth”, in Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, vol. 88 (1987-1988), pp. 1-12. [Presidential Address, Aristotelian Society, delivered on 12 October 1987]

 

1988b

Private Ostensive Definition/Private hinweisende Definition. [English text, facing German translation], Hagen: Fern Universität, 1988.

 

1989a

Elementos y esencias”, in Anuario Filosófico, vol. XXII (1989)], pp. 9-16. [Address, Universidad de Navarra, 25.1.1989]

[=La filosofía analítica y la espiritualidad del hombre, pp. 75-84]

1989b

“The Simplicity of the Tractatus”, in Crítica, vol. 21, n. 63 (1989), pp. 3-16.

[=From Plato to Wittgenstein, pp.171-180; including 64 handwritten alterations/corrections by the author] [Spanish translation: “La simplicidad en el Tractatus”, in Dianoia, vol. 35 (1989), pp. 1-10]

1989c

“Von Wright on Practical Inference”, in Schilpp, P.A. (ed.), The Philosophy of Georg Henrik von Wright, Chicago: Open Court, 1989, pp. 377-404.

 

[=(As “Practical Inference”) in Hursthouse, R. (ed.), Virtues and Reasons, Philippa Foot and Moral Theory, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1995, pp. 1-34] [=Human Life, Action and Ethics, pp. 109-148]

1990a

“A Comment on Coughlan’s ‘Using People’”, in Bioethics, vol. 4, n. 1 (1990), p. 60.

 

1990b

“Why Have Children?”, in Proceedings of the American Catholic Philoso­phical Association, vol. 63 (1990), pp. 48-53.

 

1990c

“Truth, Sense and Assertion, or: What Plato should have told the Sophists”, in Zarnecka-Bialy, E. (ed.), Logic Counts, Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1990, pp. 43-46.

 

1991a

“On a Queer Pattern of Argument”, in Lewis, H.A., Peter Geach: Philosophical Encounters, Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1991, pp. 121-135.

 

1991b

“La esencia humana”, in Alvira, R. – Sison, A.J. (eds.), El Hombre. Inmanencia y Trascendencia. XXV Reuniones Filosóficas, vol. I, Pamplona: Universidad de Navarra, 1991, pp. 3-15. [Address, XXV Reuniones Filosóficas, Universidad de Navarra, 31.8.1988]

[=La filosofía analítica y la espiritualidad del hombre, pp. 63-74] [English version in 2005k]

1991c

“Wittgenstein, Whose Philosopher?“ in Griffiths, A.P. (ed.), Wittgenstein. Centenary Essays, (Royal Institute of Philosophy, Philosophy Supple­ment: 28), Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1991, pp. 1-10.

[=From Plato to Wittgenstein, pp. 205-215] [French translation: “Wittgenstein: un philosophe pour qui?”, Philosophie, vol. 76 (2002), pp. 3-14]

1992a

“Embryos and Final Causes”, in Fellon, J. – McEvoy, J. (eds.), Finalité et Intentionalité. Doctrine Thomiste et Perspectives Modernes. Actes du colloque de Louvain-la-Neuve et Louvain, 21-23. Mai 1990, Louvain-la-Neuve: Éditions de L’Institut Supérieur de Philosophie – Paris: Librairie philosophique J. Vrin – Leuven: Éditions Peeters, 1992, pp. 293-303. 

[=Human Life, Action and Ethics, pp. 45-58]

1992b

“Practical Truth”, in Ruch filozoficzny, vol. 49, n.1 (1992), pp. 30-33.

 

1992c

“Verité et raisonnement pratique”, in Cassin, B. (ed.), Nos Grecs et leurs modernes, Paris: Seuil, 1992, pp. 393-401.

 

1992d

Review of Ruth Chadwick, Ethics, Reproduction and Genetic Control and Michael Coughlan, The Vatican, the Law and the Human Embryo”, in Philosophical Quarterly, vol. 42, n. 166 (1992), pp. 126-129.

 

1993a

On Wisdom”, in Acta Philosophica, vol. 2 (1993), pp. 127-133.

[=Faith in a Hard Ground, pp. 258-266; restoring emphases in the original typescript]

1993b

“Knowledge and Essence”, in Terricabras, J.-M. (ed.), Wittgenstein Sympo­sium, Girona 1989, (Studien zur österreichischen Philosophie, Band XVIII), Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1993, pp. 29-35.

 

1993c

“The Origin of Plato’s Theory of Forms”, in Sharples, R.W. (ed.), Modern Thinkers and Ancient Thinkers. The Stanley Victor Keeling Memorial Lectures at University College, London, 1981-1991, London: UCL, 1993, pp. 90-98. [The Stanley Victor Keeling Memorial Lecture delivered at University College on 8 March 1990]

[=From Plato to Wittgenstein, pp. 1-9]

1993d

Russelm or Anselm?”, in Philosophical Quarterly, vol. 43 (1993), pp. 500-504.

 

1993e

“Was heißt beraten?”, in Thomas, H. – Kluth, W. (Hg.), Das Zumutbare Kind. Die zweite Bonner Fristenregelung vor dem Bundesverfassungsgericht, Herford: BusseSeewald, 1993, pp. 211-218.

 

1993f

“Ausprache”, Thomas, H. – Kluth, W. (Hg.), Das Zumutbare Kind. Die zweite Bonner Fristenregelung vor dem Bundesverfassungsgericht, Herford: BusseSeewald, 1993, pp. 238-258.

 

1994a

Practical Truth, in Working Papers in Law, Medicine and Philosophy [Program in Human Rights and Medicine, University of Minnesota], No. 1 [Series Editor: John M. Dolan], 1994.

[= Logos, vol. 2, n. 3 (1999), pp. 68-76] [= Human Life, Action and Ethics, pp. 149-158]

1994b

Review of P.F. Strawson, Analysis and Metaphysics”, in Philosophical Quarterly, vol. 44, n. 177 (1994), pp. 528-530.

 

1995a

“Ludwig Wittgenstein (Cambridge Philosophers II)”, in Philosophy, vol. 70 (1995), pp. 395-407.

 [=From Plato to Wittgenstein, pp. 157-169; misprints corrected]

1995b

“Philosophy, Belief and Faith”, in Priest and People, vol. 9 (1995), p. 387.           

 

1996

[Radio programme with Anscombe, Britten, Rhees und Russell] “Frühe Ton-Dokumente zur Wittgenstein-Rezeption ‘Ludwig Wittgenstein und die Nachwelt’ [11], in Wittgenstein-Studien, n. 2 (1996).

 

1997

“How Wittgenstein Was Translated” [Letter to the Editor], in Times Literary Supplement, 21 February 1997, p. 17.

 

1998

“Die Wahrheit ‘Thun’”, in Crespo, M. (ed.), Menschenwürde: Metaphysik und Ethik, Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag C. Winter, 1998, pp. 57-60.

 

2000a

“Making True”, in Teichmann, R. (ed.), Logic, Cause & Action. Essays in Ho­nour of Elizabeth Anscombe, (Royal Institute of Philosophy, Philosophy Supple­ment: 46), Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000, pp. 1-8.

 

2000b

“Grammar, Structure and Essence”, in Arete, vol. 12, n. 2 (2000), pp. 113-120.

 

2002a

“Wahrheit, Sinn und Handlung”, in Aletheia. An International Yearbook of Philosophy, Volume VII (1995-2001), Bern: Peter Lang, 2002, pp. 11-20.

 

2002b

“How Can a Man be Free? Spinoza’s Thought and that of Some Others”, in Aletheia. An International Yearbook of Philosophy, VII (1995-2001), Bern: Peter Lang, 2002, pp. 21-30.

 [=From Plato to Wittgenstein, pp. 82-93]

2004

“Lettre a Pierre Hadot” [In French and English], in Hadot, P., Wittgenstein et les limites du langage, Paris: Librairie Philosophique Vrin, 2004, pp. 106-109.

 

2005a

La filosofía analítica y la espiritualidad del hombre. Lecciones en la Universidad de Navarra, ed. J.M. Torralba – J. Nubiola, Pamplona: Eunsa, 2005.

 

2005b

“Verdad”, in La filosofía analítica y la espiritualidad del hombre, pp. 47-54. [Lecture, Universidad de Navarra, October 1983]

[English version in 2011c]

2005c

“La unidad de la verdad”, in La filosofía analítica y la espiritualidad del hom­bre, pp. 55-62. [Lecture, Universidad de Navarra, 14.10.1983]

[English version in 2011d]

2005d

Human Life, Action and Ethics, ed. M. Geach – L. Gormally, (St. Andrews Studies in Philosophy and Public Affairs), Exeter: Imprint Academic, 2005.

 

2005e

“The Dignity of the Human Being”, in Human Life, Action and Ethics, pp.
67-73.

 

2005f

“Good and Bad Human Action”, in Human Life, Action and Ethics, pp. 195-206.

 

2005g

“The Controversy over a New Morality”, in Human Life, Action and Ethics, pp. 227-235. [English version of a paper given to a German audience probably in the mid-1980s]

 

2005h

“Must One Obey One’s Conscience?”, in Human Life, Action and Ethics,
pp. 237-241.

 

2005i

“Glanville Williams’ The Sanctity of Life and Criminal Law: A Review”, in Human Life, Action and Ethics, pp. 243-248. [Review commissioned at the time of the publication of Williams’ book (1958)]

 

2005j

“Murder and the Morality of Euthanasia”, in Human Life, Action and Ethics, pp. 261-277. [Final draft of the paper that G.E.M. Anscombe contributed to the composition (by a working party) of chapter 3 of Euthanasia and Clinical Practice: Trends, Principles and Alternatives, London: The Linacre Centre for Health Care Ethics, 1982, reproduced in Gormally, L. (ed.), Euthanasia, Clinical Practice and the Law, London: The Linacre Centre for Health Care Ethics, 1994, pp. 37-50].

 

2005k

 “Human Essence”, in Human Life, Action and Ethics, pp. 27-38. [English version of 1991b]

 

2005l

 “Analytical Philosophy and the Spirituality of Man”, in Human Life, Action and Ethics, pp. 3-16. [English version of 1980a. See 1982c] [Reproduces handwritten corrections and changes Professor Anscombe made to the previously printed text]

 

2008a

Faith in a Hard Ground. Essays on Religion, Philosophy and Ethics,  ed. by M. Geach – L. Gormally, (St. Andrews Studies in Philosophy and Public Affairs), Exeter: Imprint Academic, 2008.

 

2008b

 “Prophecy and Miracles”, in Faith in a Hard Ground, pp. 20-39. [Probably delivered in 1957 to the Philosophical Inquiry Group]

 

2008c

“Hume on miracles”, in Faith in a Hard Ground, pp. 40-48.

 

2008d

“On Attachment to Things and Obedience to God”, in Faith in a Hard Ground, pp. 63-65.

 

2008e

“The Immortality of the Soul”, in Faith in a Hard Ground, pp. 69-83. [Paper given to the Philosophical Inquiry Group, probably dating from the late 1950s]

 

2008f

“On Being in Good Faith”, in Faith in a Hard Ground, pp.101-112. [Paper given to the Philosophical Inquiry Group, probably dating from the late 1950s or early 1960s]

 

2008g

“Sin”, in Faith in a Hard Ground, pp. 117-156. [Four McGivney Lectures, delivered in 1989 at the John Paul II Institute in Washington, D.C.]

 

2008h

“Two Moral Theologians”, in Faith in a Hard Ground, pp. 156-169.

 

2008i

“Address to the Clergy: On Contraception and Natural Family Planning”, in Faith in a Hard Ground, pp. 199-205. [Supplementary contribution to “On Humanae Vitae”; see 1979h]

 

2008j

“Contraception, Chastity and the Vocation of Marriage”, in Faith in a Hard Ground, pp. 206-213.

 

2008k

“The Early Embryo. Theoretical Doubts and Practical Certainties”, in Faith in a Hard Ground, pp. 214-223. [Written in 1990]

 

2008l

“Christians and Nuclear Weapons Designed for the Destruction of Cities”, in Faith in a Hard Ground, pp. 234-238.

 

2008m

“Simony in Africa”, in Faith in a Hard Ground, pp. 239-246. [Paper given at a meeting of the Common Room Society of the Beda College, Rome, probably in October 1978]

 

2008n

“Philosophers and Economists: Two Philosophers’ Objections to Usury”, in Faith in a Hard Ground, pp. 247-257. [Paper presented at a General Seminar of the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Cambridge, 4 November 1970]

 

2008o

“From the Minutes of the Moral Science Club, Cambridge (25.10.1945, 15.11.1945, 6.12.1945)”, in McGuinness, B. (ed.), Wittgenstein in Cambridge. Letters and Documents 1911-1951, Oxford: Blackwell, 2008, pp. 387, 389, 391.

 

2008p

“The Moral Environment of the Child”, in Faith in a Hard Ground, pp. 224-233. [English version of 1978d]

 

2011a

“On Piety, or: Plato’s Euthyphro”, in From Plato to Wittgenstein, pp. 11-24.

 

2011b

“Plato, soul and ‘the unity of apperception’”, in From Plato to Wittgenstein, pp. 25-33.

 

2011c

“Truth: Anselm and Wittgenstein”, in From Plato to Wittgenstein, pp. 71-76. [English version of 2005b; the subtitle “Anselm and Wittgenstein” is an editorial addition to the present printing of the text]

 

2011d

“Anselm and the unity of truth”, in From Plato to Wittgenstein, pp. 77-82. [English version of 2005c; the manuscript on which the present text is based contains a number of alterations by the author to the original manuscript of the lecture on which the Spanish translation is based]

 

2011e

“Hume on causality: introductory”, in From Plato to Wittgenstein, pp. 95-123.

 

2011f

“Frege, Wittgenstein and Platonism”, in From Plato to Wittgenstein, pp. 127-135.

 

2011g

“On Russell’s theory of descriptions”, in From Plato to Wittgenstein, pp. 137-155.

 

2011h

“Was Wittgenstein a conventionalist?”, in From Plato to Wittgenstein, pp. 217-230.

 

 

 

Created: January 2007

Last updated: June 2012

 

José M. Torralba

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[1] We thank Michael Thompson, Anselm W. Mueller, Ed Brandon, Vincent Aubin, Juan A. Mercado and Marco Damonte for their comments and suggestions.

[2] A first version was published in Torralba, J. M., Acción intencional y razonamiento práctico según G.E.M. Anscombe, Pamplona: Eunsa, 2005, 223-231. The October 2007 version was used in Teichmann, R., The Philosophy of Elizabeth Anscombe, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008, pp. 231-238, including some minor changes and corrections. We have taken them into account.

[3] The date in CP is circa 1947”, but the paper was read on February 2nd. 1948 at the Socratic Club and published in 1948. See Torralba, J. M., Acción intencional y razonamiento práctico según G.E.M. Anscombe, Pamplona: Eunsa, 2005, pp. 38-40.

[4] The date in CP is “1957” and there is no date in the original pamphlet. However, according to the facts it must have been published in 1956. The Honorary Degree was conferred on June 20 th. 1956 and the Bodleian stamp of the pamphlet is “11 July 1956”. See Torralba, J. M., Acción intencional y razonamiento práctico según G.E.M. Anscombe, Pamplona: Eunsa, 2005, pp. 58-61.

[5] It is not entirely a reprint of the 1972a Human World article; it is a modified version of it.

[6] The interview was tape-recorded in 1977 and appeared also in a radio programme on the third Belgian radio BRT-3.

[7]  See 1982c.

[8] There were several comments on Harris’ paper in this issue; naturally, “2” was left out in the reprint in Human Life, Action and Ethics.

[9] See 1980a. “Analytical Philosophy and the Spirituality of Man” (in Human Life, Action and Ethics, pp. 3-16) reproduces handwritten corrections and changes Professor Anscombe made to the previously printed text.

[10] 1985a and 1985b are quite distinct reviews.

[11] A script for a German radio broadcast of 1956, in which Anscombe participated (there are two statements by her towards the end). Introduction to the text published in Wittgenstein Studies: “Eine Sendung des Westdeutschen Rundfunks aus dem Jahre 1956 (Übernahme einer Sendung der deutschen Welle der BBC) - BBC London, Kultur - IV - 17977-56,  WDR:  DOK 2456/2, 1.8.1956”.