Wittgenstein(Oneworld Thinkers)

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Wittgenstein(Oneworld Thinkers) ❰Read❯ ➪ Wittgenstein(Oneworld Thinkers) Author Avrum Stroll – Polishdarling.co.uk Combining careful organization with a highly readable style, eminent scholar Avrum Stroll outlines the unconventional backdrop to Wittgenstein s great philosophical achievements his dramatic change of Combining careful organization with a highly readable style, eminent scholar Avrum Stroll outlines the unconventional backdrop to Wittgenstein s great philosophical achievements his dramatic change of professions, his eccentric lifestyle, and his privileged background Lively and hopeful analogies punctuate this crisp and straightforward analysis of the philosopher s three great ideas, revealing the dramatic reversals of opinion that characterized Wittgenstein s career, and provide a penetrating insight into the way in which language shapes our world.


10 thoughts on “Wittgenstein(Oneworld Thinkers)

  1. Gareth Farrow Gareth Farrow says:

    I maybe a little unfair in only giving this book 3 stars as it was well written I think my main problem was the brevity of the book which tried to cover a great deal of things Wittgenstein s life and his works can not really be properly summarise in so few words and I felt this is the problem the author had Hence at times it felt rushed and insufficiently explained discussed Never the less a good read, though don t expect to understand what Wittgenstein did by reading this book.


  2. Mel Bossa Mel Bossa says:

    Gathering my thoughts and will give a short review on this one soon.


  3. Matt Matt says:

    Looks like it s time to grab a copy of Philosophical Investigations and On Certainty.


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10 thoughts on “Wittgenstein(Oneworld Thinkers)

  1. Gareth Farrow Gareth Farrow says:

    I maybe a little unfair in only giving this book 3 stars as it was well written I think my main problem was the brevity of the book which tried to cover a great deal of things Wittgenstein s life and his works can not really be properly summarise in so few words and I felt this is the problem the author had Hence at times it felt rushed and insufficiently explained discussed Never the less a good read, though don t expect to understand what Wittgenstein did by reading this book.


  2. Mel Bossa Mel Bossa says:

    Gathering my thoughts and will give a short review on this one soon.


  3. Matt Matt says:

    Looks like it s time to grab a copy of Philosophical Investigations and On Certainty.


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