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Книга Wittgenstein and William James Wittgenstein and William James Книги Психология, философия Автор: Russell B. Goodman Год издания: 2002 Формат: pdf Издат. :Cambridge collage Press Страниц: 224 Размер: 1,2 Mb ISBN: 0521813158 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:This booklet explores Wittgenstein's lengthy engagement with the paintings of the pragmatist William James.
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Positioned among natural functional cause and mere technical-practical skillfulness, prudence hazards falling into the margins for Kant. This e-book seeks to find a scientific position for prudence in his works and to reconfigure it because the empirical kind of sensible judgment, exhibiting that prudence is vital to Kant’s proposal of happiness in addition to for the success of ethical imperatives.
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Vhen, with reference to an earlier remark, 1 say 'I meant him' 1 refer to a definite time (the time at which 1 made the remark); but not to an experience which I had at that time. There may sometimes be characteristic accompaniments, looks, movements of attention; but these are not what 'meaning him' consists in. ' \Vhat makes it true that I was speaking of him is the set of circumstances in which the original remark was made, and in particular, the general set or direction of my actions, of which the explanation ('I meant him') is itself one.
To a particular way of using a certain sentence, or a certain word); and also to "the whole consisting of language and the actions into which it is woven" (7). Review of Philosophical Investigations 25 uses words for any more practical purpose; and (b) pointing is more naturally used to discriminate the individual man or horse than any other kind of item. But there remains a question here. Instead, then, of gazing at this over-simple picture of language, with its attendant assimilations, we are to look at the elements of language as instruments.
Studying the sections in which Wittgenstein deals with sensations, one may well feel one's capacity to learn coming to an end. Wittgenstein's case 42 P. F. Strawson against saying that the phrases 'meaning/understanding something by an expression' stand for or name special experiences seems to me thoroughly made out. But even the significance of this denial comes into question if it then appears that no word whatever stands for or names a special experience. ' are not to be identified with understanding.
Wittgenstein: The Philosophical Investigations by George Pitcher (eds.)