Oxford University Press (1987)

In this volume, Pears examines the internal organization of Wittgenstein's thought and the origins of his philosophy to provide unusually clear insight into the philosopher's ideas. Part I surveys the whole of Wittgenstein's work, while Part II details the central concepts of his early system; both reveal how the details of Wittgenstein's work fit into its general pattern.
Keywords Wittgenstein, Ludwig   Philosophy, Modern
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Call number B3376.W564.P35 1987
ISBN(s) 0198247710   0198247710(v.1)   0198244878
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