Berlin & New York: De Gruyter (2001)

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Wolfgang Huemer
Università Degli Studi Di Parma
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Wittgenstein took literature extremely seriously and did not consider it of secondary importance.However, academic philosophy often shies away from the literary inflection of his philosophy. This is the first book to provide detailed discussions of his engagement with individual authors, such as Dostoevsky, Goethe, and Shakespeare. The book is essential for the cultural contextualizationfor Wittgenstein scholars and scholars of literature.
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