Wittgenstein: a guide for the perplexed
Presenting a commentary on the philosophy of Ludwig Wittgenstein, this book offers guidance to reading Wittgenstein and a methodology for interpreting his works. It covers the entirety of Wittgenstein's career, examining the relationship between the early, middle and later periods of his philosophy.
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Charting the Bounds of Sense
Metaphysics of the Tractatus
The Middle Period
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