In Wittgenstein's Way of Seeing, Judith Genova provides a an illuminating introduction to two surprisingly neglected aspects of his work: his conception of philosophy and his search for a style to embody his revolutionary practice. Genova examines the nuances, contours, and texture of logical twists of language. She elucidates Wittgenstein's reliance on the work of Kant and Freud, and presents how words are acts for Wittgenstein.
Table of Contents
Introduction; Part 1 A Way of Seeing; Chapter 1 Commanding a Clear View; Chapter 2 Don’t Think, Look!; Part 2 Changing a Way of Seeing; Chapter 3 Saying the Impossible; Chapter 4 Saying the Obvious; Part 3 Wittgenstein’s Way of Seeing; Chapter 5 Three Ideas about Reality; Chapter 6 Three Ideas about Knowledge;