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Wittgenstein tried to solve all the problems of philosophy in his Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus – but he didn't quite succeed

By Catherine Legg, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy, Deakin University
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Ludwig Wittgenstein’s brilliant early work has had a lasting influence on philosophy, though almost no one has agreed with his conclusions – not even Wittgenstein himself.The Conversation

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