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Wittgenstein's Private Language

Grammar, Nonsense and Imagination in Philosophical Investigations, §§ 243-315

Stephen Mulhall

  • A new interpretation of Wittgenstein's most famous contribution to contemporary philosophy
  • Engages with a central current controversy in Wittgenstein scholarship
  • Defends and extends Stanley Cavell's work on Wittgenstein
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