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John Searle on Wittgenstein – Easy to digest intro & discussion of LW


The Problem of Reading

Who is the author? For some time now, I have been fascinated with how we can understand data. This has a root in my attempt to read and understand the bible. I remember I started reading the bible in a certain way, especially prone to interpreting text with “spiritual” meaning. For example, when I read … Continue reading

Plato, Forms & Wittgenstein

In my philosophy class in USM, my teacher has been expounding the concept of universals, in particular Plato’s theory of Ideas. The problem with the presentation is the usage of the word “ideas”; while we have come to understand an idea as a thought in the ┬ámind, Plato meant for it to be something outside … Continue reading