The False Prison: Volume Two

Clarendon Press (1988)

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The First Attempt to Extend the Treatment of the Ego to Sensations and Their Types: Other Minds

Argues that the problem Wittgenstein was concerned with in the transition period around 1929 did not regard the external world but other minds. Pears delineates this problem as it struck Wittgenstein and reveals how it caused the change in philosophical outlook and influenced his later phi... see more

The Next Problem

Connects the two main strands of Wittgenstein's later philosophy discussed in Volume 2 in a number of ways and culminates in an abstract and general overview of the later works. Pears extracts the similarities and differences between Wittgenstein's later thought and the philosophies of his... see more

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