Ludwig Wittgenstein


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British philosopher born in Austria

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MORAN, John Henry, Ludwig Wittgenstein's philosophical Therapy.
MALCOLM, Ludwig Wittgenstein: A Menoir, Londres, 1958, p.
Leitner would like to perpetuate the myth that the Villa owes nothing to historical context, that Wittgenstein did not allow any curtains or carpets to cover his architecture, that the design is autonomous, This approach runs counter to recent research by Paul Wijdeveld (Ludwig Wittgenstein, Architect, London 1994), who shows the haut-bourgeois references, the parallels to the compositional rules of palaces and the actual furnishings, that Margarethe installed.
Material in Part 1 investigates his interactions with the ideas of other philosophers, including British idealists, logical positivists, and pragmatists, as well as Ludwig Wittgenstein. Essays in Part 2 focus on philosophical issues of interest to Russell, such as metaphysics and epistemology, mathematics, philosophy of language, moral philosophy, logicism, and neutral monism.
Ludwig Wittgenstein and Andre Gide died impossipuzzles "D'you know, it's eleven years since I first met you," said Terry.
This paper addresses Ludwig Wittgenstein's discussion of solipsism in the Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus.
Tambien el autor a traves de la historia que narra da a entender que "los limites de mi lenguaje son los limites de mi mundo" tal como dijo Ludwig Wittgenstein o como alguna vez menciono Heidegger: "que las palabras son a menudo en la historia mas poderosas que las cosas y los hechos", es decir que cada signo tiene un gran poder de evocar realidades en la mente de cada personaje.
In his analysis of Austrian philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein's (1889-1951) Tractatus, Kuhrt argues that something corresponds to the Greek idea of a given Logos-order, so that a personal experience is wrested by intentional acts of thought from the predisposing forces of heredity and environment, and thinking transcends what is purely personal.
The book edited by Lee provides an introduction to 12 modern key thinkers in--or influencing--the field of philosophy in general, and the philosophy of language in particular: Gottlob Frege, Bertrand Russell, Ludwig Wittgenstein (two separate chapters), Rudolf Carnap, John L.
Ludwig Wittgenstein, Lectures & Conversations on Aesthetics,
Although Ludwig Wittgenstein and analytic philosophers are presumed to be significant, few reflections on them and Christian theology by American Catholics have been written.
If you take the Torah seriously but midrashically; if your understanding is informed and enriched by reference to Walter Benjamin, William Blake, Isaiah Berlin, Italo Calvino, Jacques Derrida, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Sigmund Freud, Franz Kafka, Soren Kirkegaard, Rav Kook, Thomas Mann, Stephen Mitchell, Susan Sontag, George Steiner, Wallace Stevens, Ludwig Wittgenstein, et al.; if you savor sentiments like "It is only by taking the real risks of language, by rupturing the autistic safety of silence, that the self can reclaim itself'; then I recommend highly The Particulars of Rapture: Reflections on Exodus, by Avivah Gottlieb Zornberg.
We'll shortly see how Weininger's gender-tables inspired Ludwig Wittgenstein's truth-tables, a keystone of modem formal logic.
In one incarnation, it is discussed in philosophy, sanctioned by the authorship of Ludwig Wittgenstein. But it also has a street life, in ordinary language, where "playing games" refers to dishonest, deceptive, and malicious uses of language.
The recent renewed interest in Wittgenstein's architecture (the publication of Paul Wijdeveld's book Ludwig Wittgenstein, Architect, and the exhibition and symposium held in Cambridge last November) has prompted Academy Editions to bring out a new edition of this book, which was originally published in 1973.