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This book argues that Wittgenstein, in both his earlier and later philosophy, admits universals into his ontology. The interpretation of Wittgenstein as a realist is shown to be a key to understanding his philosophical development and to provide an illuminating perspective from which to explore central themes of his thought.
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«This attractively written work throws novel light on the genesis of Wittgenstein's later thought. It reveals a greater continuity between his concerns and those of other philosophers than has commonly been recognised.» (Kenneth Rankin, Professor of Philosophy, Emeritus, The University of Victoria)
«Fahrnkopf argues that Wittgenstein is committed, in the Tractatus and in his later writings, to the reality of universals. His study is a lucid, original and illuminating contribution to a central philosophical issue.» (Peter Remnant, Professor of Philosophy, The University of British Columbia)
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Book Description 1988. Hardcover. Condition: Fair. 1988 Peter Lang hardcover edition. Ex library copy with stamps and labels else good condition. Seller Inventory # CT1-QXY-5O5