8 edition of On Certainty found in the catalog.
October 6, 1972
by Harper Perennial
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
On Certainty was not published until , 18 years after Wittgenstein’s death and has only recently begun to draw serious attention. This book, and arguably all of W’s work and all discussion of behavior is a development or variation on this idea. In the course of many years reading extensively in W, other philosophers, and psychology /5(5). About the Author Rev. Mark Schaefer is an ordained United Methodist minister in the Baltimore-Washington Conference of The United Methodist Church. Currently serving as pastor to Cheltenham UMC, he is the former University Chaplain at American University in Washington, D.C., where he also served as an adjunct professorial lecturer in religion.
In this thoughtful and compelling book, physicist F. David Peat examines the basic philosophic difference between the certainty that characterized the thinking of humankind through the nineteenth century and contrasts it with the startling fall of certainty in the twentieth. In her first novel, Thien (stories: Simple Recipes, ) intertwines a straightforward, though bittersweet, contemporary romance between a doctor and a journalist with the more complicated relationships between the journalist’s Malaysian father and the two women he loved. Gail, a year-old Vancouver journalist, dies suddenly while working on a documentary about a Canadian prisoner of war.
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On Certainty is a series of notes made by Ludwig Wittgenstein just prior to his death. The main theme of the work is that context plays a role in epistemology. Wittgenstein asserts an anti-foundationalist message throughout the work: that every claim can be doubted but certainty is possible in a framework.
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