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|Named Person:||Ludwig Wittgenstein; Ludwig Wittgenstein|
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|Description:||xiv, 262 pages ; 25 cm|
|Contents:||Preface and acknowledgements List of abbreviations Part I: Introduction 1. Wittgenstein's method of analysis: "I'll teach you differences." 2. Why relations matter 3. What is wrong with the internal/external distinction Part II. Prelude 4. Hegelianism and British idealism 5. Russell and Moore Part III. Wittgenstein's early writings 6. Definitions of the internal/external distinction in the early writings 7. The Doctrine of External Relations 8. The nature of simple objects 9. The picture theory Part IV. Wittgenstein's later writings 10. Definitions of the internal/external distinction in the later writings 11. Intentionality 12. Reason, motive, and cause 13. Rules and their applications 14. Mathematics 15. Colors 16. The standard meter 17. Aspect-seeing and philosophy of psychology 18. Aesthetics and art Part V. Conclusion 19. Internal relations as imperatives 20. The maxim of no reflexive uses of internal relations Bibliography Index|
|Series Title:||Bloomsbury research in analytic philosophy.|
Taking its lead from the difference between internal and external relations, it offers both a historical account and a systematic discussion of core issues in the interpretation of Wittgenstein as