Wittgenstein: Issues and Debates
Ed. by Lemaire, Eric
Aims and Scope
The work of L. Wittgenstein addresses a huge variety of topics. The spectrum ranges from mathematics to the analysis of ethical problems. These issues have generated many important philosophical discussions and the aim of this book is to examine a the broad range of philosophical problems. Michael Le Du investigates the relevance of the problems and solutions proposed by Wittgenstein in his philosophy of social sciences. Sabine Plaud explores the synoptic views vs. the primal phenomena in Wittgenstein on Goethe’s Morphology. Eric Lemaire makes several critical remarks on Wittgenstein’s anti-metaphyscial readings. Ay?egül Çakal asks what the repudiation of private language means in Wittgenstein’s Philosophy. Alejandro Tomasini Bassols looks into Wittgenstein and the myth of hinge propositions. Lars Hertzberg discusses P.M.S. Hacker’s point of view about Wittgenstein’s meaning of “concept”. Jesús Padilla Gálvez analyzes Wittgenstein’s criticism against Gödel’s project of metalogic.