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" For remember that in general we don't use language according to strict rules — it hasn't been taught us by means of strict rules, either. "
Use and Redesign in IS: Double Helix Relationships? - Page 47
by Hans-Erik Nissen, Peter Bednar, and Christine Welch (Editors) - 2007 - 324 pages
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The integration of a child into a social world

...reference points in such exchanges. As Wittgenstein (1958, p. 25) remarks remember that in general we don't use language according to strict rules - it...been taught us by means of strict rules, either. We are unable to clearly circumscribe the concepts we use; not because we don't know their real definition,...
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Central Problems in Social Theory: Action, Structure, and Contradiction in ...

Anthony Giddens - Social Science - 1979 - 294 pages
"One of the most creative among the younger generation of critical social theorists, Giddens stands alone in his concern for the classical tradition on sociology; but he also ...
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Wittgenstein, Language and World

John V. Canfield - Criterion (Theory of knowledge) - 1981 - 230 pages
...which as symptoms; and this need not be a deplorable lack of clarity. For remember that in general we don't use language according to strict rules — it...compare language with a calculus proceeding according to exact rules. This is a very one-sided way of looking at language. In practice we very rarely use language...
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What Computers Still Can't Do: A Critique of Artificial Reason

Hubert L. Dreyfus - Computers - 1992 - 354 pages
...contradictions. Wittgenstein was perhaps the first philosopher since Pascal to note: "In general we don't use language according to strict rules — it hasn't been taught us by means of strict rules either."20 But Wittgenstein did not base his argument against the claim that language was a calculus...
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The Giddens Reader

Anthony Giddens - Social Science - 1993 - 356 pages
...in most forms of life resemble the former more than they do the latter: 'remember that in general we don't use language according to strict rules - it...been taught us by means of strict rules, either'. In children's games, at least those which are practised by children's groups themselves, or transmitted...
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The Limits of Language

Stephen David Ross - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1994 - 290 pages
...accordance with these sets of constitutive rules" (ibid., p. 37). 24. "Remember that in general we don't use language according to strict rules — it...compare language with a calculus proceeding according to exact rules. This is a very one-sided way of looking at language" (Wittgenstein, Blue and Brown Books,...
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Wittgenstein's Metaphysics

John Webber Cook - Philosophy - 1994 - 350 pages
Wittgenstein's Metaphysics offers a radical new interpretation of the fundamental ideas of Ludwig Wittgenstein. It takes issue with the conventional view that after 1930 ...
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Wittgenstein on Mind and Language

David G. Stern - Philosophy - 1995 - 226 pages
...157b, pp. 30-31, 1937. Remember that in general we don't use language according to strict rules—it hasn't been taught us by means of strict rules, either....compare language with a calculus proceeding according to exact rules. This is a very one-sided way of looking at language. In practice we very rarely use language...
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Euphony and Logos: Essays in Honour of Maria Steffen-Batóg and Tadeusz Batóg

Roman Murawski, Jerzy Pogonowski - Computational linguistics - 1997 - 534 pages
...(Including the author of Tractatus Logico-Phtlosophicus.) (D, 23) [...] remember that in general we don't use language according to strict rules — it...compare language with a calculus proceeding according to exact rules. (B, p. 25) The very nature of language decides that it cannot be modelled but the only...
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Die Radikalisierung der Sprachspiel-Philosophie: Wittgensteins These in ...

Wilhelm Beermann - Certainty - 1999 - 178 pages
...Worte gebrauchen, ohne definierende Kriterien für sie festzulegen: „For remember that in general we don't use language according to strict rules - it hasn't been taught us by means of strict rules, either."1s5 Etwas später heißt es in diesem Punkt noch weitergehend: „We are unable clearly to...
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