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It may be apocryphal. But so many great quotes are! I hope to be forgiven. Aw, shoot. I think it might be traceable to the biopic from a few years ago … and, yes, may be purely apocryphal. No worries! Thanks, henkt, but that just exactly the problem. To be brief: Where did GoodReads find it? Thank you for explaining this so clearly. I had some diffuculties to understand Wittgenstein, thanks to your notes I can finally understand almost everything. It also helped me to write my final thesis.
Excellent article! By the way, I just wanted to ask if there is any reference on that quote about a good philosophical book being written entirely in jokes… is that on any of his books, or is it just an anecdote told by people? Thank you. I think it is from the Philosophical Investigations. Ludwig Wittgenstein was a person on a mission to understand natural and human social behavior. However it was so vast he became very frustrated and contradicted his own hypothesis.
Very interesting and well written. This was recommended reading, and has made me want to read more about Wittgenstein. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email.
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March 11, at pm. Simon says:. I will check them out Simon.
Your stuff is seriously good! April 24, at pm. Sorry for the delay.
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Karen Armstrong makes this point in her article see link in the post. Thanks for the post and the follow-up. I will check out that article you suggested.
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