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Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus
The Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus first appeared in 1921 and was the only philosophical work that Ludwig Wittgenstein (1889-1951) published during his lifetime. Written in short, carefully numbered
Language, thought, and reality.
At a certain level of abstraction, at any given time, the world or universe consists of, or is constituted by, facts, and the world could have been different even if the mere totality of particular things had remained the same.
A certainty
Remarks on the Foundations of Mathematics
Wittgenstein's work remains, undeniably, now, that off one of those few philosophers who will be read by all future generations.
Culture and Value
Culture and value are the essential concerns of these remarks, hitherto available only in German as "Vermischte Bemerkungen." Although the passages date from various periods of Wittgenstein's life,
Preliminary studies for the 'Philosophical investigations',: Generally known as the Blue and Brown books
These works, as the sub-title makes clear, are unfinished sketches for "Philosophical Investigations", possibly the most important and influential philosophical work of modern times. The "Blue Book"
Notebooks, 1914-1916
This considerably revised second edition of Wittgenstein's 1914-16 notebooks contains a new appendix with photographs of Wittgenstein's original work, a new preface by Elizabeth Anscombe, and a
Remarks on the philosophy of psychology
"Although the final remarks in this volume were written less than a fortnight before Wittgenstein's death, the work as a whole has all the forcefulness, originality and richness that characterise his