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082 00 121/.68092|222 
245 04 The later Wittgenstein on language /|cedited by Daniel 
260    Basingstoke [England] ;|aNew York :|bPalgrave Macmillan,
300    xi, 243 p. ;|c23 cm 
490 1  Philosophers in depth 
504    Includes bibliographical references (p. 231-237) and index
505 0  Wittgenstein's definition of 'meaning' as 'use' / Paul 
       Horwich -- Meaning and use / P.M.S. Hacker -- The use of 
       pejoratives / Timothy Williamson -- Wittgenstein's 
       externalism / William Child -- Wittgenstein and 
       expressivism / David Macarthur -- Meaning and context: a 
       survey of a contemporary debate / Emma Borg -- Particular 
       and general: Wittgenstein, linguistic rules, and context /
       Daniel Whiting -- Necessity, a priority and analyticity: a
       Wittgensteinian perspective / Hans-Johann Glock -- Es 
       braucht die Regel nicht: wittgenstein on rules and meaning
       / Kathrin Glu⁺er, A⁺ћsa Wikforss -- Kripke's 
       Wittgenstein, factualism and meaning / Alexander Miller --
       Transcendental idealism in Wittgenstein, and theories of 
       meaning / A.W. Moore -- Kripke's Wittgenstein, on 
       certainty, and epistemic relativism / Martin Kusch 
520 1  "Ludwig Wittgenstein's notoriously elusive later writings 
       are dominated by remarks on language. However, while the 
       textual analysis of Wittgenstein's writings is presently a
       booming industry, the tendency is to focus narrowly on 
       exegetical matters with little attention to their bearing 
       on philosophy at large. Moreover, one finds in 
       contemporary philosophy of language various ideas with a 
       distinctively Wittgensteinian ring to them but whose 
       pedigree is uncertain. This volume brings together 
       distinguished Wittgenstein scholars and renowned 
       philosophers of language in order to examine just what 
       Wittgenstein has to say about language and to assess its 
       significance for current philosophy. The topics discussed 
       include the connection between the meaning of a word and 
       its use, the bearing the context of utterance has on how 
       words are to be understood, the role of rules in the 
       employment of language and whether Wittgenstein's 
       reflections on these issues encourage sceptical or 
       relativist thoughts."--BOOK JACKET 
600 10 Wittgenstein, Ludwig,|d1889-1951 
650  0 Language and languages|xPhilosophy 
700 1  Whiting, Daniel,|d1978- 
830  0 Philosophers in depth 
館藏地 索書號 處理狀態 OPAC 訊息 條碼
 歐美所圖書館  121.68092 W784La 2010    在架上  -  30500101363466
 民族所圖書館  B3376.W564 L37 2010    在架上    30520020729357