Wittgenstein: Mind, Meaning and Metaphilosophy

Hardcover | May 15, 2010

EditorPasquale Frascolla, Diego Marconi, Alberto Voltolini

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There are many many books on Wittgenstein, and some will address subjects that overlap with our book--but our book has a specific focus on trying to evaluate Wittgenstein's thoughts on the mind, on meaning and philosophy and see how they stand up to critisicms by contemporary philosophers, and to ask the question - was he wrong?

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There are many many books on Wittgenstein, and some will address subjects that overlap with our book--but our book has a specific focus on trying to evaluate Wittgenstein's thoughts on the mind, on meaning and philosophy and see how they stand up to critisicms by contemporary philosophers, and to ask the question - was he wrong?

PASQUALE FRASCOLLA is a Professor at the Department of Historic, Linguistic and Anthropological Sciences, University of Basilicata in Italy.DIEGO MARCONI is a Professor at the Department of Philosophy, University of Turin in Italy.ALBERTO VOLTOLINI is Associate Professor at the Univerity of Modena and Reggio Emilia in Italy.

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:288 pages, 8.68 × 5.73 × 0.85 inPublished:May 15, 2010Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements * Notes on Contributors * MIND: * Rule and Exception in Wittgenstein’s Philosophy of Mind; W.Child * Reading-machines, Feelings of Influence, Experiences of Being Guided: Wittgenstein on Reading; J.Schulte  * Reasons and Causes; F.Stoutland * Was Wittgenstein Wrong About Intentionality?; A.Voltolini * MEANING: * Wittgenstein Was Right about the Normativity of Meaning; H-J.Glock  * Regularities, Rules, Meanings, Truth Conditions, and Epistemic Norms; P.Horwich * Wittgenstein and Necessary Facts; D.Marconi  *  Meaning in Context; E.Picardi * Conceptual Truth; T.Williamson * METAPHILOSOPHY: * An Adequacy Condition for the Interpretation of the Tractatus Ontology; P.Frascolla  * Wittgenstein on Formal Objects, Properties and Relations; K.Mulligan * Method and Metaphilosophy in the Philosophical Investigations; M.Williams *  A Final Assessment; A.Kenny * Index