Philosophical Investigations
Wittgenstein (Ludwig)
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    This volume presents the original English edition of Wittgenstein's Philosophical Investigations, one of the most influential philosophical works of the 20th century. The last product of intensive work by Wittgenstein during the period 1929-49, Philosophical Investigations explores the concept of meaning; of understanding; of propositions; of logic; of states of consciousness; and of many other topics. The fundamental ideas of the Tractatus are both expounded and criticized.


Basil Blackwell, Oxford (Third Edition, 1967; 1984 reprint). Translation by Elizabeth Anscombe.

"Winch (Peter) - Eine Einstellung Zur Seele"

Source: Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, Vol. 81, (1980 - 1981) (pp. 1-15) (Presidential Address)

COMMENT: Comments on "Wittgenstein (Ludwig) - Philosophical Investigations", but also on "Wiggins (David) - Sameness and Substance"

"Wittgenstein (Ludwig) - Philosophical Investigations"

Source: Wittgenstein - Philosophical Investigations

"Wittgenstein (Ludwig) - Philosophical Investigations, Sections 65-78"

Source: Margolis & Laurence - Concepts - Core Readings

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