The A to Z of Wittgenstein's Philosophy by Duncan Richter

By Duncan Richter

Ludwig Wittgenstein (1889-1951) was once absolutely probably the most very important philosophers of the twentieth century, and maybe of any century. He was once additionally a desirable, charismatic, and aggravating guy. His philosophical skill was once famous shortly by means of Bertrand Russell, and through his lifetime his paintings prompted first logical positivism after which traditional language philosophy. due to the fact that then it has additionally turn into critical in post-analytical philosophical proposal. past the area of educational philosophy it has encouraged playwrights, poets, novelists, architects, filmmakers, and biographers.

The A to Z of Wittgenstein's Philosophy is meant for a person who desires to understand extra in regards to the philosophy and the lifetime of this enigmatic philosopher. The booklet comprises an introductory review of his existence and paintings, a timeline of the main proper occasions in and after his lifestyles, an in depth bibliography, and, notably, an A-Z of principles, humans, and areas which have been fascinated about his...

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