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The University Library of Salzburg presents the critical online edition of collected works by Ferdinand Ebner (1882-1931), Austrian language philosopher and cofounder of dialogue philosophy.

The link above guides you to a representative selection of Ebner’s texts as well as to comments (explanatory notes, bibliographical information, biographies), facsimiles, editorial reports and a full text search of the diplomatic and revised edition of the texts. An operating manual explains the various functions.

The homepage of the Ferdinand Ebner Online Edition contains a link to the website of the International Ferdinand Ebner Society which offers biographical information on the author and presents events and news on Ferdinand Ebner.

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