Approaches to Wittgenstein: Collected Papers

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APPROACHES TO WITTGENSTEIN

Collected papers

Brian McGuinness

London and New York

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgements xiii
  • Abbreviations xv
  • Part I - The Man 1
  • 1 - 'the Lion Speaks, and We Don't Understand' 3
  • 2 - Philosophy and Biography 10
  • 3 - Asceticism and Ornament 17
  • 4 - The Idea of Jewishness 27
  • 5 - 'It Will Be Terrible Afterwards, Whoever Wins' 43
  • Part II - The Tractatus 53
  • 6 - The Path to the Tractatus 55
  • 7 - Pictures and Form 61
  • 8 - The Supposed Realism of the Tractatus 82
  • 9 - Language and Reality 95
  • 10 - The Grundgedanke of the Tractatus 103
  • 11 - Philosophy of Science 116
  • 12 - The Value of Science 124
  • 13 - Solipsism 131
  • 14 - Mysticism 140
  • 15 - The Unsayable 160
  • Part III - Philosophy Revisited 175
  • 16 - Wittgenstein and the Vienna Circle 177
  • 17 - Relations with and Within the Circle 184
  • 18 - Probability 201
  • 19 - Philosophy of Language and Philosophy of Mind 215
  • 20 - Freud and Wittgenstein 224
  • 21 - On Certainty 236
  • Part IV - Philologica 241
  • 22 - Bertrand Russell and the 'Notes on Logic' 243
  • 23 - Some Pre-Tractatus Manuscripts 259
  • 24 - Manuscripts and Works in the 1930s 270
  • Bibliography 287
  • Index of Names 295
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