Wittgenstein's Vienna: By Allan Janik and Stephen Toulmin
Simon and Schuster, 1973 - Logical positivism - 314 pages
"Wittgenstein in Viennaa documents Wittgensteina (TM)s life in the city: the places where he, his family and those with whom he was in contact lived, worked, entertained and were socialized. The book will be a source of enrichment to the cultural tourist in Vienna. Its authors are authorities on Wittgensteina (TM)s philosophy especially in relation to Viennese culture and popular culture, in particular to the world of the coffee house and cabaret.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - RobertDay - LibraryThing
Not really a review, but this book proved to me that I have two degrees of separation from Wittgenstein and three from Adolf Hitler! I used to work for a man called Matthew Toulmin, who was co-author ... Read full review