Ludwig Wittgenstein

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Mind Map on Ludwig Wittgenstein, created by Alexandra Barrera on 10/10/2014.

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Ludwig Wittgenstein
1 He was born on April 26, 1889 in Vienna at a family illustrated.
2 He died in Cambridge on April 29, 1951
3 Austrian philosopher, one of the most influential thinkers of the twentieth century
4 He moved to Britain to study engineering at the University of Manchester.
5 His interest in pure mathematics led him to Trinity College (Cambridge) to study with Bertrand Russell.
6 In 1918 Wittgenstein had finished his Tractatus logicus-Philosophicus (1921), a work which he, supplied the "final solution" to the philosophical problems
7 Later, he turned from philosophy and for years taught school in a village in Austria
8 Obras
8.1 Philosophical Investigations (1953)
8.2 Remarks on the Foundations of Mathematics (1956)
8.3 The blue and brown books (1958)
8.4 Notes 1914-1916 (1961)
8.5 Gramática filosófica (1969)
9 During World War II he was helping for a while in a London hospital, retiring as professor of Cambridge in 1947.
10 The key to the solution of philosophical puzzle is the therapeutic process to examine and describe the language in use.
11 Words are like tools, and the tools serve different functions and linguistic expressions serve several functions.
12 Although some prepositions are used to represent facts, others are used to sort, question, pray, thanking, cursing, and so on.
13 This recognition of the plurality and linguistic flexibility led to Wittgenstein's concept of language game and conclude that different people interpret language games.
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