5 edition of Wittgenstein and law found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Dennis Patterson.|
|Series||Philosophers and law|
|Contributions||Patterson, Dennis M. 1955-|
|LC Classifications||K230.W592 W568 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 475 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||475|
|LC Control Number||2004047616|
Russell had taken pity on his abandoned book and got it published in , though with a rebarbative title – Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus – and a ponderous introduction in which he claimed that Wittgenstein’s aim was to ‘prevent nonsense’ by constructing a ‘logically perfect language’. This may be what Russell would have liked. Rene Descartes, in his Third Meditation, argues that the only possible explanation for his having an idea of God is that God actually exists; and that his idea of God is an innate idea placed in him by God. The details of Descartes's argument need not detain us now — except to comment that the scholastic elements in it put it more or less beyond the pale of contemporary .
Ludwig Wittgenstein seeks to inoculate against the lure of metaphors. The conundrums of philosophy are, he implies, often the misbegotten offspring of abused metaphors. The distinction between interpretivists and non-interpretivists, apparently so . Solove, a professor at George Washington University Law School, published his book a decade ago, before the watershed privacy incidents—like the Snowden revelations, the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) hack, and the Equifax breach—occurred. The lessons imparted in.
This book discusses one of the central problems in the philosophy of law--the question of legal determinacy. Is the law a seamless web or are there gaps? Bix argues that the major re-thinking of the common and "common sense" views about law that have been proposed by various recent legal theories is s: 1. In Kafka and Wittgenstein, Rebecca Schuman undertakes the first ever book-length scholarly examination of Ludwig Wittgenstein’s philosophy of language alongside Franz Kafka’s prose fiction. In groundbreaking readings, she argues that although many readers of Kafka are searching for what his texts mean, in this search we are sorely mistaken.
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The digit and digit formats both work. 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 Wittgenstein and law book reference volume highlights and explores the extensive influence of Wittgenstein's work on contemporary legal philosophy.
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 conte. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages ; 25 cm. Contents: What it means to follow a rule of law / Philip Bobbitt --Normativity and objectivity in law / Dennis Patterson --Understanding disagreement, the root issue of jurisprudence: applying Wittgenstein to positivism, critical theory, and judging / Thomas Morawetz --The activity of.
Wittgenstein and Law by Professor Tom D. Campbell,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(1). later philosophy of Ludwig Wittgenstein' and questions in the philosophy of law.2 This interest has compelling historical origins.
Professor H.L.A. Hart acknowledged his debt to Wittgenstein in the context of his discussion of legal rules in The Concept of Law,3 a book.
Ludwig Josef Johann Wittgenstein (/ ˈ v ɪ t ɡ ən ʃ t aɪ n,-s t aɪ n /; German: Wittgenstein and law book ˈvɪtgənˌʃtaɪn]; 26 April – 29 April ) was an Austrian-British philosopher who worked primarily in logic, the philosophy of mathematics, the philosophy of mind, and the philosophy of language.
From toWittgenstein taught at the University of Cambridge. Wittgenstein and the Practice of Law Bruce A. Markell* TABLE OF CONTENTS I. INTRODUCTION II. A SHORT SKETCH OF WITTGENSTEIN' S LATER PHILOSOPHY A. Meaning and Interpretation B. Theory III. FITTING WITIGENSTEIN INTO THE PRACTICE OF LAW: DENNIS PATTERSON'S GOOD FAITH AND LENDER LIABILITY A.
The Book B. Patterson's Fidelity to Wittgenstein C. This volume of new essays explores the relationship between the thought of Wittgenstein and the key figures of phenomenology: Husserl, Heidegger, Levinas, Merleau-Ponty and Sartre.
It is the first book to provide an overview of how Wittgenstein’s philosophy in its different phases, including his own so-called phenomenological phase, relates to the variety of.
The Wittgenstein of law. Lacey’s book sheds a fascinating light on one of this moment’s leading figures. Tell-all biography is a peculiarly British genre—it is unlikely that we will be seeing a book like this about, say, Quine, or John Rawls— and many critics view it with suspicion.
Writing in the London Review of Books, the. Ludwig Wittgenstein first encountered G. Moore when he came to Cambridge in autumn Despite the fact that Moore was considerably older than Wittgenstein, they became friends and their relationship soon became one in which Wittgenstein was the teacher and Moore the pupil.
But while they met regularly for philosophical discussion and Wittgenstein. Wittgenstein made a number of interesting, if rather cryptic, comments about religious belief in these books, and did seem to suggest that such atheist criticisms miss their mark.
What follows is a brief guide to the leading ‘Wittgensteinian’ defences of religious belief, rooted in Wittgenstein. -Ludwig Wittgenstein-Tractatus logico-philosophicus was Wittgenstein’s masterpiece.
The book is a detailed explanation of his worldview and the things that exist in him. He also analyzed language and logic problems. Wittgenstein theorized that the limits of the world are defined by language. While his work was well-received, Wittgenstein as a.
Legal theorists have made a number of attempts to extend Wittgenstein’s remarks on rule-following to the law, but no consensus has emerged as to their appropriate implications. This paper articulates a limited sense in which Wittgenstein’s remarks are of interest to legal theory, as remarks capable of changing how we view and justify our.
This book was written as a result of cooperation between Wittgenstein and Waismann from It began as an endeavour commissioned by Moritz Schlick who was the leader of the Vienna Circle, a famous group of logical empiricists in Vienna.
The book displays a considerable wealth and variety of Wittgenstein's fundamental experiments in philosophy across a wide array of subjects that include the mind, pure and applied mathematics, metaphysics, the identities of ordinary and creative language, as well as intractable problems in logic and life.
Books by Ludwig Wittgenstein Ludwig Wittgenstein Average rating 39, ratings 1, reviews shelved 3, times Showing 30 distinct works. law.2 This interest has compelling historical origins. Professor H.L.A. Hart acknowledged his debt to Wittgenstein in the context of his discussion of legal rules in The Concept of Law,3 a book commonly considered to be the first thorough account of legal positivism and perhaps the seminal modem text on jurisprudential theory.
The Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus (widely abbreviated and cited as TLP) (Latin for Logical Philosophical Treatise or Treatise on Logic and Philosophy) is the only book-length philosophical work by the Austrian philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein that was published during his lifetime.
The project had a broad goal: to identify the relationship between language and reality and to. Drawing on 10 years of research on the unpublished Wittgenstein papers, this book investigates Wittgenstein’s early conception of the nature of representation, and how his later revision and criticism of that work led to a radically different way of looking at mind and language.
The book casts new light on the Tractatus and Philosophical Investigations, and traces the development. Wittgenstein – Lecture on Ethics 1 of 6 Ludwig Wittgenstein - Lecture on Ethics Delivered in November to the Heretics Society, Cambridge University My subject, as you know, is Ethics and I will adopt the explanation of that term which Professor Moore has given in his book Principia Ethica.
He says: "Ethics is the general enquiry into what is.Book; Published by: Cornell University Press; View contents. View Citation; summary. Ludwig Wittgenstein's work has been widely interpreted and appropriated by subsequent philosophers, as well as by scholars from areas as diverse as anthropology, cultural studies, literary theory, sociology, law, and medicine.
Wittgenstein had a small house built by a fjord, and continued to correspond with Pinsent, who got a first-class degree in maths, and then studied Law.
A tragic loss David Pinsent.