So, what would the great philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein have done with a Twitter account? Over the next 6-months I am going to be updating @WittTweets in an attempt to answer this question. Here you’ll get a drip-feed of updates from a mocked-up Wittgenstein, right from his boyhood to his eventual death (which I imagine will be quite a sad event for me to tweet). This may be the only chance you get to live side-by-side with an accelerated form of Wittgenstein for a long time, so please take advantage. No love for or knowledge of Wittgenstein is necessary!
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Just wanted to say that I really love this project. It somehow got linked on the facebook page of my the philosophy library at my university (which is in Belgium), and after reading a few I started from the bottom and worked my way up. This is now one of my favorite things on the internet 🙂
Thanks NWC! I’m sure Wittgenstein would’ve been happy (in his own inimitable way) to hear you say such things.