Wiley-Blackwell (2011)
The situated thinker -- The world and its structure -- The limits of language -- The prodigious diversity of language games -- Families and resemblances -- Our unsurveyable grammar -- Visible rails invisibly laid to infinity -- What is the use of studying philosophy?
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