Wittgenstein on Mind and Language

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Index of Quotations
Big Typescript (TS 213) (§ P.)
20 81, 108
86 406, 25, 26
86 406-7, 26
86 407, 18, 26
87 408, 26
87 408-9, 26
87 409, 26, 27
87 410, 27
89 415, 18
89 417, 18, 28
89 419, 17, 18
89 421, 18, 36
90 425, 19
91 427, 77, 162, 170, 171, 172
91 428, 147, 162, 172
91 428-29, 153
92 431, 18, 19
92 431-32, 20
94 438, 12
94 441, 133, 171
95 444-45, 164
96 448, 161
97 463, 75
97 463-64, 75
98 467, 87
101 487, 155
101 489-90, 172
101 490, 172, 173
101 490-91, 173
101 491, 143, 174
101 491-92, 144
101 492, 112, 145
101 493, 85
102 495, 142, 148, 156
102 496, 122, 141, 149, 152, 155
104 504, 85
104 506, 74, 84, 85
104 508, 78
104 508-9, 79
104 510, 84
104 512, 80
104 514, 80
105 517, 155
105 518, 156
105 520, 156
105 521, 157
105 527, 163
107 528, 142
110 545, 114
Blue Book (p.)
1, 108
3-4, 105
25, 104
45, 24, 25
45-46, 169
71, 23
72, 23
141, 124
142, 124
143, 125
Culture and Value (p.)
6, 4
7, 4, 27
8, 166
10, 18, 66
16, 26, 191
77, 7
Early Investigations (§)
102 (104), 41
107 (109), 20, 21, 103
110 (112), 43
111 (113), 174
126 (128), 30
Eine Philosophische Betrachtung (p.)
131, 119
"A lecture on ethics" (p.)
6, 73, 74
10, 71
Letters to Russell, Keynes and Moore (p.)
24, 47
71, 69, 70
72, 68
Last Writings on the Philosophy of Psychology, vol. I (§)
211, 190
913, 189
Last Writings on the Philosophy of Psychology, vol. II (p.)
30, 189

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Contents xi
  • 1 - Introduction 3
  • I - WITTGENSTEIN'S EARLY PHILOSOPHY 33
  • 2 - Logic and Language 35
  • 3 - Subject and Object 53
  • II - WITGENSTEIN'S LATER PHILOSOPHY 89
  • 4 - From Logical Atomism to Practical Holism 91
  • 5 - The Description of Immediate Experience 128
  • 6 - The Flow of Life 160
  • Appendix: Passages from the Unpublished Wittgenstein Papers (Nachlass) 193
  • Bibliography 205
  • Index 211
  • Index of Quotations 223
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