Routledge Philosophy GuideBook to Wittgenstein and the Philosophical Investigations
This accessible and lucidly written guide introduces the student of Wittgenstein to his most important work, the Philosophical Investigations and assesses its relationship to contemporary philosophy.
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1 Style and method Philosophical Investigations 89133
2 Wittgensteins critique of Augustine Philosophical Investigations 138
3 Rules and rulefollowing Philosophical Investigations 138242
4 Privacy and private language Philosophical Investigations 243275
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