Wittgenstein: Connections and Controversies

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Index
absolute presuppositions 349 f .
abstraction 253 , 254
accord with a rule 280 f .
action 28
explanation of 38 , 64-5
expressive/instrumental 77 , 97
voluntary 28 , 64 , 320
acts of will 28
aesthetics 100 , 150 f. 167 f .
agreement in definitions and judgements 300 f. 302 , 311 f . , 314 f . , 323
analysis 7 , 12 , 13 , 23 , 32 , 137 n . , 159
analytic philosophy 1 , 13 , 32 f . , 54 f . , 243
analytic truths 342
animal behaviour 60 , 69
animals 61-3
Anscombe, G. E. M. 108 , 133
anthropology, comparative method in 74 , 83 , 87 f . , 95
anti-psychologism 6 , 19 , 202 f . , 204 , 227-31 , 237 f .
Aristotle 46
aroma of coffee 160-2
assertion-conditions 270 , 294 f . , 300 , 302 , 304
assumption (Annahme) 200 , 208-12
Augustine 20 , 238 ,
Augustinian picture of language 20 f . , 25 , 238-41 , 245 , 262 f .
Ayer, A. J. 347 f .
Bacon, F. 43 f . , 49
basic particulars 353 f .
behaviour 27 f . , 67
behaviour, explanation of 67 , 68-70
behaviourism 28 , 38 , 49 , 51 , 55 , 60
belief 79 f. 81 f . , 90 , 91 , 96 f . , 150 , 157 n . , 182 , 207 f .
Bentham, J. 204
Bergmann, G. 338
bipolarity 9 f . , 11 , 14 n . , 17 , 143 f . , 171 , 212 , 222 , 224
Black, M. 102 f .
Boole, G. 194 , 195
brain 61
Braithwaite, R.B. 349
Bruner, Jerome 49 n .
Carnap, R. 7 , 14 , 32 , 55 , 243 , 245 , 264 f . , 324-44 , 347 , 367
Carnap's elimination of metaphysics 327-9 , 336-8
Cioffi, F. 74-97
Collingwood, R. G. 54 , 167 , 349 f .
colour 148 , 153 , 158 , 162 , 175 , 190 , 224 , 341
common sense 272 f .
community view of rule following 270 , 281 , 286 , 293-5 , 310-23
complex 137 f .
Comte, A. 38 , 49 f .
Conant, J. 103 , 105 n . , 107 f . , 109 , 117 , 120 , 121 , 122 , 124 , 125 , 127 , 134
Confucianism 44
connection between language and reality 7 , 17 , 22 , 59 f . , 135 , 155 f . , 158 , 159 , 171 , 176 , 186 , 247 , 250 , 260
connective analysis 23 , 37 , 352 , 364 , 369
consistent empiricism 13 f .
constitutive theory 325
context principle 8 , 202 f . , 204 , 333
contract 118 , 120 f . , 189
conventionalism 342
criteria 26 f .
Davidson, D. 266
de Saussure, F. 20
deconstruction 118 n .
definition 230 , 249
Descartes, R. 44 , 45 , 46 f . , 56
description 24 , 160-2 , 241
description, norm of, see norm of representation
determinacy of sense 6 , 22 , 230
determinate exclusion 15 , 132 , 153 , 224 , 341
Diamond, C. 103-40 , 184-6
Dilthey, W. 53 f . , 67
Dreben, B. 103 , 105 n .
Dummett, M. A. E. 194 , 266 , 302

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