Wittgenstein's Philosophical investigations : text and context /

Although there is a vast amount of secondary literature on the Philosophical Investigations, comparatively little exists which adduces exegetical arguments in favour of particular readings of specific passages. The seemingly disjointed structure of the book has often been taken as a licence to inter...

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Online Access:Electronic book from EBSCO
Other Authors: Arrington, Robert L., 1938-2015., Glock, Hans-Johann, 1960-
Format: eBook
Published:London ; New York : Routledge, 1991.
Table of Contents:
  • Book Cover; Title; Contents; Notes on contributors; List of abbreviations; Introduction; 'Bring me a slab!': meaning, speakers, and practices; Philosophical Investigations section 122: neglected aspects; Philosophical Investigations section 128: 'theses in philosophy' and undogmatic procedure; 'Tormenting questions' in Philosophical Investigations section 133; Common behaviour of many a kind: Philosophical Investigations section 206; Private language: Philosophical Investigations section 258 and environs; Adelheid and the Bishop; what's the game?; The visual room.
  • Making contact in language: the harmony between thought and reality'Das Wollen ist auch nur eine Erfahrung'; Wittgenstein on believing in Philosophical Investigations part II, chapter 10; Index.