1st Edition

Wittgenstein A Critique

By J.N. Findlay Copyright 1984
    270 Pages
    by Routledge

    272 Pages
    by Routledge

    This is Volume V of eight in a series on Wittgenstein. Originally published in 1984, the aim of this book is to offer a comprehensive critique of the thought of Wittgenstein from a standpoint which recognizes him to be, both in his earlier and his later thinking, a systematic philosophical thinker of immense consequence and originality.

    Chapter I Introductory; Chapter II The Context of Wittgenstein's Thought: The Intentionalists; Chapter III The Context of Wittgenstein's Thought: Russell, Frege and Moore; Chapter IV Language, Logic and Philosophy in the Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus; Chapter V The Blue and Brown Books; Chapter VI Wittgenstein's Later Philosophy of Mathematics and Logic; Chapter VII The Philosophical Investigations;