Current Version 3.3
History of Concordance versions
Version 1.01, September 1996
A paper draft for discussion with Prof G H von Wright.
Version 2.01, September 1997
HTML version 3.2 texts based on the contents of the Suhrkamp Werkausgabe.
Does not include Eine Philosophische Betrachtung or Das Blaue Buch, for
reasons explained in the Introduction. Keywords which appear in both English
and German word lists are taken directly from the co-text and are therefore
sometimes shown in flected form. Examples include:
German keywords which vary by case are not unified.
Some German separable verbs remain as compounds.
Some singular and plural nouns, adjectival forms, and flected verbs, in
both languages are separately listed.
Translators' synonyms which might affect search results are noted at the
end of each linked set of words.
Variant graphics are not included.
Version 2.02, December 1997
As version 2.01 but with minor corrections
Version 3.01, January 1998
As version 2.02 but with the following modifications:
Improved graphical user interface and a unified search structure.
Graphics which have variants in different editons are included.
Version 3.1, February 1998
As version 3.01 but with the following substantial corrections:
Errors of spelling.
Standardisation of word lists to contain words found either in the co-text
(when there is only one form) or in normative singular form (when there
are several forms). Some adjectival duplication remains.
Addition of section references to TLP and RFM because pagination varies
radically between editions.
Change to English meta-text for general comments, e.g. "Catalogue number"
Version 3.2, March 1998
As version 3.1 but with the following modifications:
Use of cursor help text in English or German when viewing graphical search
pages. This is only available when using Netscape Communicator 4 or Microsoft
Explorer 3 (or later versions).
Version 3.3, October 1998
As version 3.2 but with the following modification:
Changes to the number and type of icons representing the graphical indexing
Compatability with Mac, PC and Unix environments.
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