Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus

Austrian philosopher Lutwig Wittegenstein constructs a series of carefully and precisely numbered propositions on the relationship between language, logic, and reality, using a numbering system to show nested relationships between the propositions. Les mer
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Austrian philosopher Lutwig Wittegenstein constructs a series of carefully and precisely numbered propositions on the relationship between language, logic, and reality, using a numbering system to show nested relationships between the propositions. Considered one of the major recent works of philosophy a reputation enhanced, undoubtedly, by Bertrand Russell s glowing introduction this edition is a reproduction of the translation by C.K. Ogden, first published in 1922, for which Wittgenstein himself assisted in the preparation of the English-language manuscript. Students of philosophy and those fascinated by the history of ideas will want a copy of this essential volume.

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