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The Atomistic Ontology of the Tractatus
Introduction
Facts in logical space
Wittgenstein’s version of ontological atomism
States of affairs and the world
Wittgenstein’s defense of his ontological atomism
Picturing the World
The pictorial relationship
Pictorial form
Thoughts
Propositions and propositional signs
Simple signs
Names in the context of a proposition
Elementary propositions
The primacy of elementary propositions
The Logic of Propositions
Negation
Logical “connectives”
Logical truths
The general form of the proposition
Logical inference
Probability
Generality
The problem of general propositions
Functions and expressions
Functions and type theory
Generality and the operation N
Fully general propositions
Identity10
Prepositional attitudes
The Naive Constructivism of the Tractatus
A fundamental error in the logic of the Tractatus
Proposition 5 and proposition 6
Numbers and equations
Necessity and the doctrine of showing
Are there non-tautological necessary propositions?
My World, Its Value, and Silence
Solipsism
A critique of showing
The Critique of the Tractatus
The problem of interpretation
The motley of language
The critique of ostensive definition
Inner acts of ostention
A remark on meaning and use
Simples
Transcendental illusions surrounding the idea of simples
The attack on analysis
Family resemblance
Comments on family resemblance
Wittgenstein’s treatment of proper names
Some remarks on philosophy
Understanding
Deriving
Experiencing the because
The same again
The machine as symbol for itself
A “paradox” and its solution
Its occurrence in the text
Privacy and certainty
The idle ceremony
The training argument
The public-check argument
The subject concluded
Plan for the treatment of psychological concepts
Expression
Linguistic expression
Seeing as
Wittgenstein’s know-nothing approach
Topics in the Philosophy of Mathematics
Anti-Platonism without conventionalism1
Invention and discovery
Infinity
Wittgenstein’s anti-foundationalism
Wittgenstein and the History of Philosophy
Notes
Selected Bibliography
Index
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Wittgenstein - Robert J. Fogelin

Wittgenstein - Robert J. Fogelin

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