Wittgenstein: A Critical Reader

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Hans-Johann Glock
Wiley, Aug 22, 2001 - Philosophy - 412 pages
This volume provides a wide-ranging collection of newly-commissioned essays on Wittgenstein by internationally established philosophers.

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PLEASE NOTE: the book cited in Professor Jacobsen's book, WITTGENSTEIN AND CONTEMPORARY PHILOSOPHY (Thoemmes Press) by Souren Teghrarian is a PIRATED and ILLEGAL copy of the earlier book LUDWIG WITTGENSTEIN: A SYMPOSIUM ON THE CENTENNIAL OF THIS BIRTH by Anthony Serafini. Thoemmes was apparently an innocent party to this, having been duped by Souren Teghrarian. When so informed of the piracy, Thoemmes immediately withdrew the book from circulation.
Interested parties are requested to use the earlier, legal version of the book by Anthony Serafini
 

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Hans-Johann Glock is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Reading. He has been Visiting Professor at Queen's University, Ontario and a research fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation at Bielefeld University. He is author of A Wittgenstein Dictionary (Blackwell 1996) and Quine and Davidson (2003); editor of The Rise of Analytic Philosophy (Blackwell 1997), Strawson and Kant (2003); and co-editor, with Robert L. Arrington, of Wittgenstein's Philosophical Investigations (1991) and Wittgenstein and Quine (1996).

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