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Rush Rhees, a close friend of Wittgenstein and a major interpreterof his work, shows how Wittgenstein's On Certainty concernslogic, language, and reality - topics that occupiedWittgenstein since early in his career. * * Authoritative interpretation of Wittgenstein's last great work,On Certainty, by one of his closest friends. * Debunks misconceptions about Wittgenstein's On Certaintyand shows that it is an essay on logic. * Exposes the continuity in Wittgenstein's thought, and theradical character of his conclusions. * Contains a substantial and illuminating afterword discussingcurrent…mehr

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Rush Rhees, a close friend of Wittgenstein and a major interpreterof his work, shows how Wittgenstein's On Certainty concernslogic, language, and reality - topics that occupiedWittgenstein since early in his career. * * Authoritative interpretation of Wittgenstein's last great work,On Certainty, by one of his closest friends. * Debunks misconceptions about Wittgenstein's On Certaintyand shows that it is an essay on logic. * Exposes the continuity in Wittgenstein's thought, and theradical character of his conclusions. * Contains a substantial and illuminating afterword discussingcurrent scholarship surrounding On Certainty, and itsrelationship to Rhees's work on this subject.

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Rush Rhees (1905-89) was one of Wittgenstein'sclosest friends and his literary executor. He taught at Swanseafrom 1940 to 1966. Amongst Wittgenstein's posthumous worksedited by Rhees are Remarks on the Foundations ofMathematics (1956), Blue and Brown Books (1958),Philosophical Remarks (1964), Lecture On Ethics(1965) and Philosophical Grammar (1969). Rhees is also theauthor of Discussions of Wittgenstein (1970, 1996) and Wittgensteinand the Possibility of Discourse (1998). D. Z. Phillips is Professor of Philosophy Emeritus andRush Rhees Professor Emeritus at the University of Wales, Swansea,and Danworth Professor of the Philosophy of Religion at ClaremontGraduate School, California. He has published widely in thephilosophy of religion and ethics; some of his more recent booksinclude Interventions in Ethics (1992), Wittgenstein andReligion (1993) and Religion and the Hermeneutics ofContemplation (2001). He is also editor of the Blackwell journalPhilosophical Investigations.
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"This book contains illuminating remarks and a novel perspective onan important and widely discussed classic. And it has a specialauthority, being the work of one of the author's beststudents and closest friends." William Brenner, Old DominionUniversity, Norfolk, Virginia

"This book contains two remarkable and original contributions byRush Rhees and D. Z. Phillips to the burgeoning scholarship onWittgenstein's On Certainty. I recommend it strongly."Avrum Stroll, University of California, San Diego