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PITHY QUOTE FROM Wittgenstein: Texts and Contexts

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Today, we know that there exist electrons, nucleons and other so-called "elementary particles". Although we have discovered several levels of reality, we are still hoping that the "pealing of the onion" is not endless. We are ready to believe that the "stuff" our Universe is made of has actually a discrete structure. The collective unconscious does not cherish very much the idea of an infinite regression.

Ludwig Wittgenstein: Texts & Contexts. Wittgenstein Society Series. Volume 17. Philosophy of the Natural Sciences. August Meessen: Is it Logically Possible to Generalize Physics Through Space-time Quantization?

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Ludwig Wittgenstein: Texts & Contexts. Electronic Edition.

ISBN: 978-1-57085-196-4

Language: German/English

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Ludwig Wittgenstein

Ludwig Wittgenstein: Texts and Contexts contains the first 25 issues of the Schriftenreihe (publications series) from the Wittgenstein Gesellschaft of Austria, most of which are in English.

The collection includes two issues with original texts from Wittgenstein: his Wörterbuch für Volkschulen (1926 - SWG Band 1), one of only two extended texts published in his lifetime; and the Familienbriefe (SWG Band 23), containing the correspondence of Wittgenstein with his family.

The collection features original contributions from some of the foremost philosophers of the last quarter century, including: Allan Gibbard, Joel Feinberg, Mario Bunge, Roderick Chisholm, Jaakko Hintikka, Nicholas Rescher, Hector-Neri Castañeda, Bernard Williams, Bas van Fraassen, David Pears, G. E. M. Anscombe, Nelson Goodman, A. J. Ayer, Kurt Baier, Amartya Sen, Brian McGuinness, Carl Hempel, John Searle, Hilary Putnam, Rudolf Haller, G. H. von Wright, Norman Malcolm, Michael Dummet, Simon Blackburn and Stephen Toulmin.

Published in five volumes, each containing five issues of the series:

  • Vol. 1 SWG issues 1-5
  • Vol. 2 SWG issues 6-10
  • Vol. 3 SWG issues 11-15
  • Vol. 4 SWG issues 16-20
  • Vol. 5 SWG issues 21-25


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