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In fact, the Tractatus claims that it is impossible to tell what the beyond is like. In this sense, the Tractatus is an exercise in “revisionary metaphysics” — to use Strawson's phrase.” The relation between Wittgenstein and Kant will ...

Author: Roy E. Lemoine

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG

ISBN: 9783110867862

Category: Philosophy

Page: 215

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2019-03-18 By Roy E. Lemoine

Kremer Michael (1997), 'Contextualism and Holism in the Early Wittgenstein: From Prototractatus to Tractatus', Philosophical Topics, 25, ... Lemoine, Roy E. (1975), The Anagogic Theory of Wittgenstein's 'Tractatus', The Hague: Mouton.

Author: Barry Stocker

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351909730

Category: Philosophy

Page: 252

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Post-Analytic Tractatus establishes Wittgenstein's early work in the Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus as an invaluable source for exploring current debate on analytic philosophy in its origins, history, limits and relations with European philosophy. Drawing together new work from the leading figures in interpretation of the Tractatus - Conant and Diamond - with work by respected Wittgenstein commentators such as Kremer and Hutto, together with a reprint of a relevant and striking text by Brouwer, this timely collection offers a valuable resource for exploring the Tractatus' connections to approaches other than logical positivism, mathematical logic and formal semantics. Examining links with the work of Leibniz, Kant, Kierkegaard, Schopenhauer, Frege, Russell, James, Heidegger and others, the contributors consider key themes in twentieth-century philosophy including symbols and expression, language and metaphysics, objects and signs, logical form, structure and syntax, limits of philosophical discourse, Idealism and transcendental arguments, distinguishing sense and nonsense, showing and saying in communication, mysticism and transcendence in experience, ethical and aesthetic value, the worlds of solipsism and religion, philosophy as an activity and as a system. Particularly timely in establishing the Tractatus as a source for comparable debates across Continental and Analytic philosophy, this collection will prove of value to scholars of twentieth-century philosophy, Wittgenstein, and Post-Analytic philosophy.
2017-09-08 By Barry Stocker

Wittgenstein: Issues and Debates. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Books, 2010. Lemoine, Roy Emanuel. The Anagogic Theory of Wittgenstein's 'Tractatus.' The Hague: Mouton, 1975. Lindskog, Dale. Diagnosis and Dissolution: From Augustine's ...

Author: Duncan Richter

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781442233096

Category: Philosophy

Page: 316

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This second edition of Historical Dictionary of Wittgenstein's Philosophy covers the history of this philosophy through a chronology, an introductory essay, and an extensive bibliography. The dictionary section has over 300 cross-referenced entries on every aspect of his work.
2014-04-04 By Duncan Richter

In 1975 , Roy Eman- uel Lemoine published in the series Janua Linguarum a monograph entitled The Anagogic Theory of Wittgenstein's ' Tractatus . ' It is really quite an inter- esting book , and it shares with other unjustly neglected ...

Author: James C. Klagge

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521008689

Category: Philosophy

Page: 292

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A collection of essays exploring the relationship between Wittgenstein's life and his philosophy.
2001-08-13 By James C. Klagge

I do not insist on denying that Wittgenstein's esotericism in the Tractatus is purposeful . My interest is primarily in the period once Wittgenstein returns to Cambridge . 22. Lemoine , The Anagogic Theory of Wittgenstein's " Tractatus ...

Author: James C. Klagge

Publisher: MIT Press

ISBN: 9780262045834

Category: Philosophy

Page: 271

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How Wittgenstein sought a more effective way of reaching his audience by a poetic style of doing philosophy. Ludwig Wittgenstein once said, "Really one should write philosophy only as one writes poetry." In Wittgenstein's Artillery, James Klagge shows how, in search of ways to reach his audience, Wittgenstein tried a more poetic style of doing philosophy. Klagge argues that, deploying this new philosophical "artillery"--Klagge's term for Wittgenstein's methods of influencing his readers and students--Wittgenstein moved from an esoteric mode to an evangelical mode, aiming for an effect on his audience that was noncognitive, appealing to the temperament in addition to the intellect. Wittgenstein was an artillery spotter--directing artillery fire to targets--in the Austrian army during World War I, and Klagge argues that, years later, he became a philosophical spotter, struggling to find the right artillery to accomplish his philosophical purpose. Klagge shows how Wittgenstein's work with his students influenced his style of writing philosophy and motivated him to care about the effect of his ideas on his audience. To illustrate Wittgenstein's evolving approach, Klagge draws on not only Wittgenstein's best-known works but also such lesser-known material as notebooks, dictations, lectures, and recollections of students. Klagge then goes beyond Wittgenstein to present a range of literature--biblical parables and children's stories, Dostoevsky and Tolstoy, Kierkegaard and Nietzsche--as other examples of the poetic approach. He concludes by offering his own attempts at a poetic approach to addressing philosophical issues.
2021-08-03 By James C. Klagge

“The Availability of Wittgenstein's Later Philosophy”. In Must We Mean What We Say?, 44–72. ... In Recollec- tions of Wittgenstein, edited by Rush Rhees, 97–171. ... The Anagogic Theory of Wittgenstein'sTractatus”. The Hague: Mouton.

Author: Nuno Venturinha

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136179983

Category: Philosophy

Page: 226

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Sixty years after its first edition, there is an increasing consensus among scholars that the work posthumously published as Philosophical Investigations represents something that is far from a complete picture of Wittgenstein’s second book project. G.H. von Wright’s seminal research on the Nachlass was an important contribution in this direction, showing that the Wittgenstein papers can reveal much more than the source of specific remarks. This book specifically explores Wittgenstein’s Philosophical Investigations from the different angles of its originary conceptions, including the mathematical texts, shedding new light on fundamental issues in twentieth century and contemporary philosophy. Leading authorities in the field focus on newly published or hitherto unpublished sources for the interpretation of Wittgenstein’s later work and a Wittgenstein typescript, translated for the first time into English, is included as an appendix.
2013-09-11 By Nuno Venturinha

“ Ludwig Wittgenstein und Karl Kraus : Direkt und Indirect . ” In Untersuchungen zum Brenner , edited by ... Music Theory Spectrum , 13/1 ( Spring , 1991 ) , 21-47 . ... Lemoine , Roy E. The Anagogic Theory of Wittgenstein's Tractatus .

Author: James Kenneth Wright

Publisher: Peter Lang

ISBN: 3039112872

Category: Music

Page: 196

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In 2006, Schoenberg, Wittgenstein, and the Vienna Circle received a Lewis Lockwood Award (Finalist) from the American Musicological Society, for outstanding new books on musicological topics. This study examines relativistic aspects of Arnold Schoenberg's harmonic and aesthetic theories in the light of a framework of ideas presented in the early writings of Ludwig Wittgenstein, the logician, philosopher of language, and Schoenberg's contemporary and Austrian compatriot. The author has identified correspondences between the writings of Schoenberg, the early Wittgenstein (the Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus, in particular), and the Vienna Circle of philosophers, on a wide range of topics and themes. Issues discussed include the nature and limits of language, musical universals, theoretical conventionalism, word-to-world correspondence in language, the need for a fact- and comparison-based approach to art criticism, and the nature of music-theoretical formalism and mathematical modeling. Schoenberg and Wittgenstein are shown to have shared a vision that is remarkable for its uniformity and balance, one that points toward the reconciliation of the positivist/relativist dualism that has dominated recent discourse in music theory. Contrary to earlier accounts of Schoenberg's harmonic and aesthetic relativism, this study identifies a solid epistemological core underlying his thought, a view that was very much in step with Wittgenstein and the Vienna Circle, and thereby with the most vigorous and pivotal developments in early twentieth century intellectual history.

“Dialogical Grammar: Varieties of Dialogue in Wittgenstein's Methodology.” Dialogical Pedagogy: An International Oneline Journal 3: 158–173. Lemoine, Roy E. (1975). The Anagogic Theory of Wittgenstein'sTractatus.

Author: Dinda L. Gorlée

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781350011892

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 280

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Ludwig Wittgenstein's works encompass a huge number of published philosophical manuscripts, notebooks, lectures, remarks, and responses, as well as his unpublished private diaries. The diaries were written mainly in coded script to interpolate his writings on the philosophy of language with autobiographic passages, but were previously unknown to the public and impossible to decode without learning the coding system. This book deciphers the cryptography of the diary entries to examine what Wittgenstein's personal idiom reveals about his public and private identities. Employing the semiotic doctrine of Charles S. Peirce, Dinda L. Gorlée argues that the style of writing reflects the variety of Wittgenstein's emotional moods, which were profoundly affected by his medical symptoms. Bringing Peirce's reasoning of abduction together with induction and deduction, the book investigates how the semiosis of the emotional, energetic, and logical interpretations of signs and objects reveal Wittgenstein's psychological states in the coded diaries.
2020-02-06 By Dinda L. Gorlée

The Anagogic Theory of Wittgenstein's Tractatus.” The Hague: Mouton, 1975. Luntley, Michael. Wittgenstein: Meaning and Judgement. Oxford: Blackwell, 2003. Mackie, J. L. Contemporary Linguistic Philosophy; Its Strength and Its Weakness.

Author: Duncan Richter

Publisher: Scarecrow Press

ISBN: 9781461731856

Category: Philosophy

Page: 276

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The A to Z of Wittgenstein's Philosophy is intended for anyone who wants to know more about the philosophy and the life of this enigmatic thinker. The book contains an introductory overview of his life and work, a timeline of the major relevant events in and after his life, an extensive bibliography, and, above all, an A-Z of ideas, people, and places that have been involved in his philosophy and its reception. The dictionary is written with no particular agenda and includes entries on philosophers (and others) who influenced Wittgenstein, those he influenced in turn, and some of the main figures in contemporary Wittgenstein scholarship. Suggestions for further reading are also included, as well as a guide to the literature on Wittgenstein and a bibliography broken down by subject area.
2010-02-12 By Duncan Richter

Lemoine, Roy Emanuel: 1975: The Anagogic Theory of Wittgensteins "Tractatus"· The Hague: Mouton. Lemos, . de: 1981: Interactional Processes in the Child's Construction of Language· In: Deutsch, W. (ed.): The hіld's Construction of ...

Author: Viktoria Eschbach-Szabo

Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing

ISBN: 9027237395

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 949

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This bibliography of semiotic studies covering the years 1975-1985 impressively reveals the world-wide intensification in the field. During this decade, national semiotic societies have been founded allover the world; a great number of international, national, and local semiotic conferences have taken place; the number of periodicals and book series devoted to semiotics has increased as has the number of books and dissertations in the field. This bibliography is the result of a dedicated effort to approach complete coverage.
1986-01-01 By Viktoria Eschbach-Szabo