5 edition of Wittgenstein and Philosophy of Religion found in the catalog.
March 26, 2004
Written in English
|Contributions||Robert L. Arrington (Editor), Mark Addis (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||224|
Philosophical questions about the mind preoccupied much of Wittgenstein's later writing, and his contribution to them is deep and wide-ranging, bearing upon philosophical issues concerning sense-experience, concept formation, perception, introspection, the science of psychology, aspect perception, the self, the understanding of rules, the relation between mind and brain, artificial This book is a critical exposition of multiple facets of Ludwig Wittgenstein's thoughts on ethics and religion. The book first brings out foundations of Wittgenstein's views. Then, it deals with various issues of current debates in the philosophy of Wittgenstein, such as: the notion of transcendental ethics â?¢ the dichotomy between fact and value â?¢ the distinction between religious and ?id=fNNOAQAAIAAJ.
Ludwig Wittgenstein (–) wrote as much on the philosophy of mathematics and logic as he did on any other topic, leaving at his death thousands of pages of manuscripts, typescripts, notebooks, and correspondence containing remarks on (among others) Brouwer, Cantor, Dedekind, Frege, Hilbert, Poincaré, Skolem, Ramsey, Russell, Gödel, and :// Read this book on Questia. Philosophical questions about the mind preoccupied much of Wittgenstein's later writing, and his contribution to them is deep and wide-ranging, bearing upon philosophical issues concerning sense-experience, concept formation, perception, introspection, the science of psychology, aspect perception, the self, the understanding of rules, the relation
Cursory allusions to the relation between Kierkegaard and Wittgenstein are common in philosophical literature, but there has been little in the way of serious and comprehensive commentary on the relationship between their ideas. This book attempts both to close this gap and to offer important independent readings of Kierkegaard's and Wittgenstein's conceptions of philosophy :oso//. Wittgenstein is described in the Oxford Companion to Philosophy as 'the leading analytical philosopher of the twentieth century, whose two major works altered the course of the subject'. This exceptional reference volume highlights and explores the extensive influence of Wittgenstein's work on contemporary legal ://?id=grs4AQAAIAAJ.
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Book Description. Wittgenstein and Philosophy of Religion sheds new light on the perennial debate between faith and reason. It highlights the disagreements between Wittgenstein and religious sceptics, resulting in a collection that is both informative and :// Wittgenstein and Philosophy of Religion 1st Edition by Robert L.
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The digit and digit › Books › New, Used & Rental Textbooks › Humanities. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: The gospel according to Wittgenstein / John Hyman --Wittgenstein and magic / Brian R. Clack --Wittgenstein, religious belief, and on certainty / Iakovos Vasiliou --Creation, causality, and freedom of the will / William H.
Brenner --Faith / I think his discussions on primitive people and religious belief is a good source trying to understand Wittgenstein's relation to philosophy of religion and religious concept formation. I think this book is a must read (unless one has read Phillips's book Religion and Understanding).
The commonly held view that Wittgensteinian philosophy of religion is fideistic loses plausibility when contrasted with recent scholarship on Wittgenstein's corpus and biography. This book reevaluates the place of Wittgenstein in the philosophy of religion and charts a path forward for the subfield by advancing three :// Part of the Claremont Studies in the Philosophy of Religion book series (CSPR) Abstract This is not, of course, because a general consensus in their favour has been established; on the contrary, if anything unites contemporary philosophers of religion, it is their deep suspicion of both the specific claims and the general methodology of those His book is important for anyone who wants to learn more about Wittgenstein and religion, and understand anti-realism in the philosophy of religion.
Brian Clack obviously has a pretty good grasp on Wittgenstein. He starts his book with giving an introdcution to Wittgenstein's philosophy in › Books › New, Used & Rental Textbooks › Humanities.
Wittgenstein’s philosophy of religion, as found in his brief remarks on religious belief and on magic, is as controversial as his philosophy of mathematics and his philosophy of mind.
In fact, many scholars who tend to follow Wittgenstein in these latter areas are reluctant to accept what he has to say about religious belief and related :// This guide accompanies the following articles: Stig Børsen Hansen, ‘Wittgenstein’s Tractatus Logico‐Philosophicus and Religion’.
Philosophy Compass 6/2 (): pp. –, doi: /j‐ Abstract. There are two streams of reception of Wittgenstein’s philosophy of religion and his contributions to interreligious communication.
On the one hand, his contributions are greatly appreciated because he seems to be in favor of religious pluralism, highlighting and appreciating differences and ://?language=en.
Wittgenstein and Philosophy of Religion is an exciting introduction to the influential and controversial contribution which the later Wittgenstein made to the philosophy of religion.
Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the :// Ludwig Wittgenstein was an outstanding 20th-century philosopher whose influence has reverberated throughout not only philosophy but also numerous other areas of inquiry, including theology and the study of religions.
Exemplifying how Wittgenstein's thought can be engaged with both sympathetically and critically, Wittgenstein, Religion and Ethics pushes forward our thinking about religion Books shelved as philosophy-of-religion: God, Freedom, and Evil by Alvin Plantinga, The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins, The Existence of God by Richard Preface Abbreviations of the Works of Ludwig Wittgenstein Notes on Contributors 1 Introduction: Interpretations of Wittgenstein, Religion and Interreligious Relations Gorazd Andrejč 2 “Being Near Enough to Listen”: Wittgenstein and Interreligious Understanding Mikel Burley 3 Wittgenstein and Ascriptions of “Religion” Thomas D.
Carroll 4 Wittgenstein’s Later Philosophy as ?language=en. An exciting introduction to the contribution which the later Wittgenstein made to the philosophy of religion. Although his writings on the subject have been few, Wittgenstein developed influential and controversial theories on both religion which emphasize the distinctive nature of religious discourse and how this nature can be misunderstood when viewed in direct competition with Wittgenstein visited Frege, who advised him to study with Bertrand Russell.
So, Wittgenstein went to Cambridge, met Russell, and decided to stay in Cambridge to study philosophy under him. Over the next seven years, he laboured intensely on a book on the nature of logic, logical necessity, and the limits of what can be said in :// A collection of essays which explores the significance of Wittgenstein for the Philosophy of Religion.
Explorations of central notions in Wittgenstein's later philosophy are brought to bear on the clash between belief and atheism; understanding religious experience; language and ritual; evil and theodicies; miracles; and the possibility of a Christian :// This book critically examines three distinct interpretations of Ludwig Wittgenstein, those of George Lindbeck, David Tracy, and David Burrell, while paying special attention to the topic of.
is the editor of the Royal Institute of Philosophy journal THINK. He researches primarily in the philosophy of religion. His books include The Philosophy Gym: 25 Short Adventures in Thinking () and A Very Short Introduction to Humanism ().
He lives in :// À propos de: Jacques Bouveresse, Que peut-on faire de la religion?, Agone. - Jacques Bouveresse has written a book on religion in the thought of Russell and Wittgenstein.
While the position of the atheist Russell on religion's obscurities is clear, Wittgenstein's is far more difficult to :// Book Description. Ludwig Wittgenstein is arguably the most important philosopher of the twentieth century. In On Certainty he discusses central issues in epistemology, including the nature of knowledge and Routledge Philosophy Guidebook to Wittgenstein and On Certainty introduces and assesses.
Wittgenstein's career and the background to his later philosophy