This book is available either individually, or as part of the specially-priced Arguments of the Philosphers Collection. Keywords, Wittgenstein, Ludwig. Categories. Living with the Problem of the Other: Wittgenstein, Cavell and Other Minds Minar – – In Denis McManus (ed.), Wittgenstein and. Taking Wittgenstein at His Word is an experiment in reading organized around a central question: What kind of interpretation of Wittgenstein’s later philosophy.

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Wittgenstein, Kant and the Critique of Totality. The Problem of Other Minds: Alastair Hannay – – Routledge.

He makes do with “fishy” while Fogelinto be consistent with his own reading, ascribes an additional twist of “irony” to Wittgenstein’s evasiveness. And what does it mean to take Wittgenstein at his word?

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Doing mathematics de facto means putting applied mathematics before pure mathematics. Familiar Wittgensteinian statements and positions — anti- platonism but also anti-conventionalism and anti-formalisma mockery of the bombastic “mysteries” of mathematics, and a tolerance of inconsistencies even in mathematics — are rolled out, now under the enlightening umbrella of defactoism.

Contrary to other interpreters holding dissimilar interpretative ideologies, however, there is no embarrassment here. Lacey – – Routledge.

He gives particular attention to topics in the philosophy of language, logic, psychology and the foundations of mathematics, examining Wittgenstein’s work on these fields and arguing that Wittgenstein’s criticisms in fogekin areas form the basis for a radically new standpoint in philosophy.


That is when we leave the rough ground, i. The methodology continues to wttgenstein him throughout his presentation up to an extreme, but anticipated conclusion. Arguments of the Philosophers Paperback: But viewing mathematical propositions as rules subject to the same paradox of interpretation that haunts all rules and placing these rules in a defactoist context shows that the Cantorian “paradise” is no paradise at all. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web.


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Lynne Rudder Baker – – Inquiry: Request removal from index. Tiles – – Routledge. Furthermore, and still in typically Wittgensteinian ambience, rule-following is ineffable and rules are mundane. The End s of Philosophy: Science Logic and Mathematics.

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Other editions – View all Wittgenstein: Wittgenztein more about Amazon Prime. Since these words on mathematics which, wwittgenstein now know, constitute over half of the oeuvre are, when taken literally and at face value, difficult to understand as a consistent whole, Wittgenstein’s seeming wavering on certain questions leaves Fogelin wavering too. A Way of Seeing. Two ways of disagreement can subsequently be recognized. This has the added value of hinting at illuminating contrasts between the early and late Wittgenstein: Ordinary Language Replies to Skepticism in Epistemology.


Cavell and Wittgenstein on Other Minds.

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Fogelin Limited preview – Set up a giveaway. Sign in Create an account. I am put in mind here of Fovelin Geertz’s comment that some anthropologists “have, wonder of wonders, been speaking Wittgenstein all along” [ Local KnowledgeBasic Books, ], p.

Themes in the Philosophy of Wittgenstein. Taking Wittgenstein at his word means, for Richter, focusing on the therapeutic goals that Wittgenstein claims for his philosophy, and he goes on to uncover such therapy in several Wittgensteinian stations including the less beaten, but absolutely appropriate, paths of ethics and religion. If so, then we are not, ultimately, taking him at his word.

Wittgenstein and Religious Sensibility. So essential is it that Fogelin creates a new, somewhat less than articulate, term — defactoism — to conveniently label his and, most importantly, Wittgenstein’s solution.

Find it on Scholar. Wittgenstein’s Paradoxical Reinterpretation of Sceptical Doubt.