SearchSkip to Search Results
The ‘resolute’ reading of Ludwig Wittgenstein’s work is often taken to involve a kind of anti-realism about what the philosopher calls ‘logic,’ or ‘grammar’ – the order of meaning that structures our understanding of the world and which is expressed in our uses of language. Conversely, I argue...
Drawing upon Marie McGinn's non-metaphysical interpretation of Wittgenstein's Tractatus, this thesis attempts to make a connection between the book’s opening and ending remarks. I argue that McGinn's non-metaphysical reading helps us, more than the metaphysical reading, to make a consistent...
This article investigates the later philosophy of Ludwig Wittgenstein from the perspective of Intellectual Freedom in librarianship. The article argues that Intellectual Freedom tends to be informed by individualism and linguistic idealism. This in turn limits IF to advocacy rather than social...