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ISBN:
1852306254
Author:
Henry Leroy Finch
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Philosophy
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English
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Element Books Ltd; Complete Numbers Starting with 1, 1st Ed edition (March 1, 1995)
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202 pages
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Vision of Wittgenstein. by Henry Leroy Finch.

Vision of Wittgenstein. For a generation increasingly fragmented by a glut of unassimilable information and unrelated "facts", "Wittgenstein" from The Element Masters of Philosophy series focuses on his groundbreaking perspective of understanding concepts.

Wittgenstein (The Spirit of Philosophy).

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Ludwig Josef Johann Wittgenstein (/ˈvɪtɡənʃtaɪn, -staɪn/; German: ; 26 April 1889 – 29 April 1951) was an Austrian-British philosopher who worked primarily in logic, the philosophy of mathematics, the philosophy of mind, and . .

From 1929 to 1947, Wittgenstein taught at the University of Cambridge.

Henry Le Roy Finch taught philosophy for 20 years at Sarah Lawrence College and for another 20 years at.

Henry Le Roy Finch taught philosophy for 20 years at Sarah Lawrence College and for another 20 years at CCNY. He has also taught at Hunter College and the Graduate Center in New York. His publications include numerous articles and two books - Wittgenstein: The Early Years and Wittgenstein: The Later Years, both published by Humanities Press. He is now engaged in writing and in leading seminars at Columbia University.

Similar books and articles. Henry Leroy Finch - 1983 - International Philosophical Quarterly 23 (1):3-11. Wittgenstein-The Early Philosophy. Henry Le Roy Finch - 1971 - New York: Humanities Press

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Henry Leroy Finch taught philosophy at Sarah Lawrence College for twenty years and at Hunter College for sixteen years. He was one of the founders of the American Weil Society in 1970. Martin Andiç is Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Massachusetts, Boston.

Philosophy Books Used Books Leeds Philosophy: The Study Of Alternative Beliefs By Paul G Neal W. Klausner .

Philosophy Books Used Books Leeds. A Wittgenstein Workbook by Christopher Coope, Peter Geach, Timothy Potts, and Roger White - 1972. What others are saying. The Leibniz-Clarke Correspondence by . Prejudices: Fifth Series by Mencken, H. L - 1926.

The Wittgenstein family was one of the richest, most talented and most eccentric in Europe. While the youngest son, Ludwig, became one of the great philosophers of the 20th century, three of his seven siblings committed suicide, and all struggled to grow up in the shadow of their bullying father, Karl.

Wittgenstein apparently spoke an unusually pure high German, albeit with a.Wittgenstein saw the role of philosophy as merely to describe (not to justify or provide a foundation for) these.

Wittgenstein apparently spoke an unusually pure high German, albeit with a slight stutter, and insisted on using the formal form of address even with his classmates. He wore very elegant clothes, and was highly sensitive and extremely unsociable. His spirits were restored to some extent by his work on the architectural designs of a modernist house for his sister Margaret.

For a generation increasingly fragmented by a glut of unassimilable information and unrelated "facts", "Wittgenstein" from The Element Masters of Philosophy series focuses on his groundbreaking perspective of understanding concepts.
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This book is, so far, a GREAT blend of practical exploration and grounded analysis. It's helping me dig deeper into what I love about W-dog.
  • Hamrl
Good read. Interesting summary of Wittgensteins philosophical project, from a little different perspective than most other commentaries I read. Unfortunately this book is identical to "The vision of Wittgenstein" which I also ordered the same week.
  • Molotok
I have read several books by several different authors on the difficult philosophy
of Wittgenstein. Finch's book is by far the most illuminating.
Finch shows that you cannot grasp Wittgenstein's work by taking
an academic approach. The aim of Wittgenstein's work is to reach
a certain type of Zen enlightenment by working through mental
illusions. This is a short review because Finch says it all so
much better himself.