Publish date: September 1st 2001
Publisher: Routledge Classics
Pages no: 144
Edition language: English
, Non Fiction
, European Literature
, 20th Century
, German Literature
Within this book Wittgenstein shows that there is no structure to the world, in Heidegger's [b:Being and Time|92307|Being and Time|Martin Heidegger|https://d.gr-assets.com/books/1298438455s/92307.jpg|1309352] he shows that there is a structure to the world. Each author considers an ontology (or lac...
A mystery of a book—if you could even call it that. Throughout my reading of it I had the sneaking suspicion that much of Wittgenstein's hailed "genius" was effectively a social meme; the early 20th century academic equivalent of some strange internet video gone viral that "everyone" has seen and "e...
There's a great moment in Kathryn Bigelow's otherwise-shifty Zero Dark Thirty where two characters are discussing some particular element of the search for bin Ladin. The first guy, Dan, expresses his frustration by saying "We don't know what we don't know." The other guy, Joseph, asks "What the fuc...
What the hell am I supposed to say about this?The parts I understood were hugely inspirational to my own thoughts, if I did indeed understand those parts, which I suspect I did not.What a shame that someone so clever who had decided that this book was the be-all and end-all to problems in philosophy...
What can I say about Tractatus that hasn't been said a million times before? Crystalline... gnomic... dense... wrong. Well, I don't disagree with any of that, but it would be nice to have an image. I ask my subconscious if it can come up with anything, and while I'm in the shower it shows me the seq...