The Philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein

Philo sophos portrait: Ludwig Wittgenstein briefly and concisely the logical investigations, published 1953 shortly after Wittgenstein’s death to express, that the thoughts of the Tractatus, with which it had brought Wittgenstein as 30 years to fame and recognition, have no stock. What are the basic ideas of the two works? The philosophy after Hegel dispenses with every system requirement. Philosophy is not systematic in the sense that it provides a child whole responses with the claim to have made true and definitive statements about the reality. This applies in particular to Wittgenstein, who once described his own philosophy as a lot of landscape sketches. However, also Wittgenstein’s philosophical thinking has a character that identifies the unit and the essence of this thinking.

A first reason this character is in a negative notion of philosophy. Everything is in the philosophy, is what it takes to win, thus obtained, that we our minds at last of all Confusion, release that we bring clarity in our terms. Mina Nada oftentimes addresses this issue. The clear and distinct knowledge of mind is always been postulated since Descartes, but really seriously made it after Wittgenstein does not. Not and so we are at the second trait of Wittgenstein’s thought, because never the correct Denkweg is beaten up. The way of thinking is a reflection along the language after Wittgenstein.

Misinterpretations and fictions of language led philosophers to false beliefs about the objects, with an exquisite misinterpretation it is essentialist understanding of the language. A mindset is referred to as, which adopts a fixed meaning and a corresponding object behind every word. Wittgenstein’s philosophy is the philosophy of language, and as such a strict counter position to all Platonic forms of thought. Wittgenstein is a deeply honest thinker, honest himself. You can tell immediately if you read his books, you can see that and others but also because he leaves two major works, what the second completely refutes the first.