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by George Pitcher

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Wittgenstein: The Philosophical Investigations, A Collection of Critical Essays. This book of critical essays has far too much variety of viewpoint for me to discuss or summarize in any helpful way. So I tend to look for the meaningful snippet which may prove of interest to the widest variety of my philosophical friends. The following quote is from Anthony Kenny’s essay, Cartesian Privacy. If Descartes’ innovation was to identify the mental with the private, Wittgenstein’s contribution was to separate the two.

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Philosophical Investigations is at times a strange and often wonderful book that reveals the thought processes of one of. .In the end, the sheer volume of examples Wittgenstein uses in "Philosophical Investigations" is his most powerful weapon.

Philosophical Investigations is at times a strange and often wonderful book that reveals the thought processes of one of history's finest minds. Time and again, he takes apart what we think should be common sense, and reveals it to rely on assumptions and hidden rules.

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Collection of 19 papers concerning issues from Wittgenstein's book The Investigations, Preface and Bibliography.
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Wittgenstein maintains that philosophy is not a theory but an activity. The system of Philosophical Investigations has three main parts. First there is the theory of meaning. Next there is the theory about the nature of philosophy. Finally there is a theory of mind.

Wittgenstein insisted on the multiplicity of different uses of words. The most suggestive concept he investigates is understanding. An image or formula does not dictate its own application. Intentions are not private states.

Strawson notes that Wittgenstein did not gloss his thoughts but arranged them. We are to look at language as instruments and study their use. Wittgenstein is content to leave the notion of use vague. If a man satisfies the criteria for having meaning in his words he satisfies the criteria for having thought something.

Wittgenstein has hostility to the doctrine of immediacy. He stresses setting. He also has hostility to the doctrine of privacy. Norman Malcolm contends that Wittgenstein compressed his thoughts to the point that further compression is impossible. Wittgenstein assaults the idea of private language. The idea of private language is not eccentric. It is contained in the philosophy of Descartes and in the theory of British empiricism. Wittgenstein says that learning the words for sensations is learning new pain behavior.

Criterion is a most difficult region in Wittgenstein's philosophy. He contrasts criterion with symptom. The expressions of pain are a criterion of pain in certain surroundings. Wittgenstein's theory emphasizes the instrumental aspect of language and points to use in a language game as the essential thing according to Paul Feyerbend. We do not command a clear view of the use of our words.

Cavell says that Wittgenstein's main ideas are essentially simple. For Wittgenstein philosophy comes to grief by trying to escape human forms of life. Bambrough claims that Wittgenstein solves the problem of universals. In the BLUE BOOK he speaks of our craving for generality. Wittgenstein speaks of family resemblances. Bambrough claims his remarks can be paraphrased and set forth in general terms.

Wittgenstein is neither a nominalist nor a realist. The criterion of a thing is its defining criterion. Private language is addressed in essays by A.J. Ayer and R. Rhees. Ayer is in disagreement with Wittgenstein. Wittgenstein says that if something has a sign it can be used wrongly.

It has been argued, Cook says, that Wittgenstein did not make sufficiently clear what a private language is. Russell says we cannot enter into the minds of others. Dummett thinks there is no ground for segregating philosophy and mathematics. Wittgenstein adopts an extreme verson of constuctivism. He contends that the mathematician creates rather than discovers.

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This collection of essays is a valuable resource for critical takes on Wittgenstein's career from 1935 to his death. Essays are contributed by Dummett, Feyerabend, Ayer, Cavell, Malcolm, Kenny, Stroud and others. Because it was originally published in 1968, the collection lacks any of the useful scholarship on the _Investigations_ that has been done in the intervening decades. Nevertheless, I would recommend it to anyone seeking critical background on W's philosophy.

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