Cambridge Companions to Philosophy

Cambridge Companions to Philosophy

Sluga, Hans (University of California, Berkeley); Stern, David G. (University of Iowa)

Cambridge University Press






15 a 20 dias

Charts the development of Wittgenstein's work on a wide range of topics, particularly language, logic, and mathematics. This second edition includes a new introduction and five new chapters - on Tractarian ethics, Wittgenstein's development, aspects, the mind, and time and history - as well as an updated and comprehensive bibliography.
Preface; Introduction; 1. Wittgenstein's critique of philosophy Robert J. Fogelin; 2. Pictures, logic, and the limits of sense in Wittgenstein's Tractatus Thomas Ricketts; 3. Tractarian ethics Kevin Cahill; 4. Wittgenstein in the 1930s David G. Stern; 5. A philosophy of mathematics between two camps Steve Gerrard; 6. Necessity and normativity Hans-Johann Glock; 7. Wittgenstein, mathematics, and ethics: resisting the attractions of realism Cora Diamond; 8. Notes and afterthoughts on the opening of Wittgenstein's Investigations Stanley Cavell; 9. Mind, meaning and practice Barry Stroud; 10. Body and soul Joachim Schulte; 11. The question of linguistic idealism revisited Hans Sluga; 12. Aspects of aspects Juliet Floyd; 13. Forms of life: mapping the rough ground Naomi Scheman; 14. Time and history in Wittgenstein Hans Sluga; 15. Certainties of a world picture: the epistemological investigations of On Certainty Michael Kober; Bibliography; Index.
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