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Philosophical Occasions: 1912-1951 : 1912-1951 - Ludwig Wittgenstein

Philosophical Occasions: 1912-1951

1912-1951

Paperback Published: 15th June 1993
ISBN: 9780872201545
Number Of Pages: 560

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An indispensible resource, this collection of Wittgenstein's key shorter works -- in some cases expanded and corrected -- offers the full German text of those selections originally written in German. Highlights include 'Notes for the 'Philosophical Lecture', an essay on private language and experience, published here for the first time; an emended version of the crucially important 'Notes for Lectures on Private Experience and Sense Data'; and 'Remarks on Frazer's Golden Bough', Wittgenstein's ground-breaking critique of Frazer's classic study of magic and religion. Fifteen selections that span the development of Wittgenstein's thought, his wide range of interest, and his methods of philosophical investigation offer subtle insights into the character and personality of their author. Included are reflections on ethics, language, logic, experience, culture, anthropology, the nature of philosophy, aesthetics, and mathematics. Together they take us a step closer toward an accurate and rounded picture of the lifelong philosophical activity of one of the most intriguing philosophers of the twentieth century.

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A magnificent collection . . . the editors are to be congratulated. --Steven Gerrard, Williams College . . .selections make available in easily accessible form some of the most interesting smaller writings of Wittgenstein's, including the longest explanation he ever gave of the nature of the philosophical enterprise. --Jaakko Hintikka, Boston University [The editors] have usefully and skillfully assembled various writings by Wittgenstein. . . . to permit a synoptic view of his several concerns. . . . The book is an excellent source and it provides a nourishing supplement to the Investigations. --Colin McGinn, The New Republic

Editorial Preface
Acknowledgments
Editorial Conventions
Book Review of P. Coffey, The Science of Logicp. 2
Some Letters of Ludwig Wittgensteinp. 3
Geleitwort zum Worterbuch fur Volksschulenp. 14
Preface to the Dictionary for Elementary Schoolsp. 15
Some Remarks on Logical Formp. 29
A Lecture on Ethicsp. 37
Wittgenstein's Lectures in 1930-33p. 46
Bemerkungen uber Frazers Golden Boughp. 118
Remarks on Frazer's Golden Boughp. 119
Letters to the Editor of Mindp. 156
Philosophiep. 160
Philosophyp. 161
Notes for Lectures on "Private Experience" and "Sense Data"p. 202
The Language of Sense Data and Private Experiencep. 290
Ursache und Wirkung: Intuitives Erfassenp. 370
Cause and Effect: Intuitive Awarenessp. 371
Appendix A: Immediately Aware of the Causep. 406
Anhang B: Konnen wir etwas ausser den Daten erkennen?p. 412
Appendix B: Can We Know Anything but Data?p. 413
Appendix C: How Can 'Knowing' Fit a Physical Fact?p. 422
Lectures on Freedom of the Willp. 429
Notes for the "Philosophical Lecture"p. 447
Letters from Ludwig Wittgenstein to Georg Henrik von Wrightp. 459
Appendices
The Wittgenstein Papersp. 480
Addendum to "The Wittgenstein Papers"p. 507
Additions and Corrections to the Textsp. 511
German Indexp. 516
English Indexp. 521
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ISBN: 9780872201545
ISBN-10: 0872201546
Series: Hackett Classics
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 560
Published: 15th June 1993
Publisher: Hackett Publishing Co, Inc
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 21.5 x 13.6  x 2.8
Weight (kg): 0.62

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