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Language, Forms of Life, and Logic : Investigations After Wittgenstein (Hardcover)
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This volume deals with Wittgenstein’s approach to the relation between the capacity to speak and the human form of life. It takes a stance against a naturalistic as well as a sociological views of this notion and seeks to promote a broadly logical understanding instead. Contributions focus on the genesis of "Lebensform" in Wittgenstein, its function within his mature philosophy and its relation to penomenology and ordinary language ühilosophy.