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by G. E. M. Anscombe,G. H. von Wright,Denis Paul,Ludwig Wittgenstein
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The Blue and Brown Books (Harper Perennial Modern Thought). 2) The "natural history" of human beings On Certainty responds to Wittgenstein's reading of Moore's "common sense" papers, particularly "Proof of an External World" and "A Defense of Common Sense".
On Certainty (German: Über Gewissheit, original spelling Über Gewißheit) is a philosophical book composed from notes written by Ludwig Wittgenstein over four separate periods in the eighteen months before his death on 29 April 1951.
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ber Gewissheit On Certainty, Ludwig Wittgenstein On Certainty is a philosophical book composed from notes written by Ludwig Wittgenstein over four separate periods in the eighteen months before his death on 29 April 1951. Moore's assertions "I know that that's a tree" or "I know that here is a hand" or "I know that I have never been far above the earth's surface.
This book is in English, translated from the original German. Bookseller The volume is full of thought-provoking insights which will prove a stimulus both to further study and to scholarly disagreement
Von Wright, G. 1979, ‘The Origin and Composition of the Philosophical Investigations’, in von Wright (1983), pp. 111–36.
E. Anscombe and Denis Paul (New York: Harper & Row, 1972) as OC; Philosophical Grammar, ed. Rush Rhees, trans. Anthony Kenny (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1974) as PG; Wittgenstein and the Vienna Circle, ed. Brian McGuinness, trans. Joachim Schulte and Brian McGuinness, (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1979) as WVC; and Zettel, eds. Anscombe and G. von Wright, trans. Von Wright, G. 1983, Wittgenstein, University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis.
Wittgenstein's earliest extant texts. German, with an English translation by G. Anscombe]. Book Condition: Good ex-lib. These included a large number of notebooks from the time of germination of the tractatus. Three of these last survived, however, by the accident of having been left in the house of his youngest sister, Mrs. Stonborough, at Gmunden, instead of in Vienna. Published by New York:, Harper & Brothers, 1961. Condition: Good ex-lib. navy cloth Soft cover.
Harper Perennial Modern Thought. Ludwig Wittgenstein (1889-1951) was born in Austria and studied at Cambridge under Bertrand Russell. By (author) Ludwig Wittgenstein, By (author) G. Von Wright, Illustrated by G. Anscombe. He volunteered to serve in the Austrian army at the outbreak of World War I, and in 1918 was captured and sent to a prison camp in Italy, where he finished his masterpiece, Tractatus, one of the most important philosophical works of all time. After the war Wittgenstein eventually returned to Cambridge to teach.
Written over the last 18 months of his life and inspired by his interest in G. E. Moore's defense of common sense, this much discussed volume collects Wittgenstein's reflections on knowledge and certainty, on what it is to know a proposition for sure.