Knowledge, Language and Mind

Knowledge, Language and Mind

Wittgenstein's Thought in Progress

eBook - 2012
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De Gruyter
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This international series publishes outstanding philosophical monographs and edited volumes about Wittgenstein. Publications may focus on his work as a whole or on specific topics. The series also addresses Wittgenstein’s life, his sources, and the impact of his works. The volumes are peer-reviewed and present state-of-the-art Wittgenstein research.

German-language contributions will be published in the series Über Wittgenstein, and English-language contributions in the series On Wittgenstein.


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Wittgenstein's Philosophical Investigations is arguably one of the most influential books of the 20th century. It threw a new light on the workings of language and mind, contributing significantly to the understanding of human knowledge. Featuring essays by internationally renowned scholars, this book explores the development of Wittgenstein's ideas in the direction of the Investigations. It offers a comprehensive view of some of the most disputable issues in the study of Wittgenstein's masterpiece and reassesses its relevance within contemporary philosophical debate. Contributors: Alberto Arruda (New University of Lisbon), João Vergílio Gallerani Cuter (University of S. Paulo), P. M. S. Hacker (University of Oxford), Nathan Hauthaler (University of London), Emiliano La Licata (University of Palermo), Constantine Sandis (Oxford Brookes University), Nikolay Milkov (University of Paderborn), Maria Filomena Molder (New University of Lisbon), Jesús Padilla Gálvez (University of Castilla-La Mancha, Toledo) and Rui Sampaio da Silva (University of the Azores).



Publisher: Berlin : Walter de Gruyter & Co., ©2012
ISBN: 9783110284249
3110284243
9781283857031
1283857030
9783110284119
3110284111
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: Venturinha, Nuno
Marques, António 1952-

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