Thursday, October 18, 2012


Wittgenstein's Furniture

Guy Davenport (1927-2005), "Wittgenstein," in The Geography of the Imagination (San Francisco: North Point Press, 1981), pp. 331-335 (at 332):
He held his lectures in his rooms, in the continental manner. As there was no furniture except an army cot, a folding chair, a safe (for the Zettel), and a card table, the students brought their own chairs.

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