By Andrew Lugg
One of the greatest works of twentieth-century philosophy, Ludwig Wittgenstein's Philosophical Investigations is also one of the most controversial. Wittgenstein's Investigations 1-133 provides a clear and concise introduction to the early sections of this book.Andrew Lugg discusses in detail Wittgenstein's remarks on meaning, metaphysics and philosophy. He considers each section in detail clarifying their philosophical significance in a manner accessible to the general reader. The book acts not only as a scholarly introduction to Philosophical Investigations 1-133 but also draws attention to Wittgenstein's philosophical outlook by applying the same strategy to his text. Wittgenstein's Investigations will be a valuable resource for anyone studying Wittgenstein or the philosophy of language.