Ludwig Wittgenstein on Language and Logic

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  • Ludwig Wittgenstein on Language and Logic

  • Wittgenstein in Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus insists that expression in language is the dead-end of epistemology. He later retracted this idea. Nevertheless, Wittgenstein still remains as the central figure of modern analytic philosophy.This is part 1 of 9.Part

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