Wittgenstein on the Happy Life

Dalumat 2 (1):23-31 (2011)

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Jeremiah Joven Joaquin
De La Salle University
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In this paper, I offer a reconstruction of Wittgenstein's view of the happy life by sketching out three interconnected themes in his early works. The first theme is the distinction between a science of ethics and the ethical. The second is the idea of the willing subject. And finally, the third is the possibility of the happy life.
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