By William James
This assortment includes dozens of lectures from William James, the yankee pioneer of psychology and philosophy. It comprises an energetic desk of contents, in addition to an lively TOC for every paintings to permit soft navigation. the gathering includes:
The Will to think and different Essays in renowned Philosophy (1897)
Talks to lecturers on Psychology and to scholars on a few of Life’s beliefs (1899)
The sorts of spiritual adventure (1902)
Pragmatism: a brand new identify for a few previous methods of considering (1907)
A Pluralistic Universe (1909)
The that means of fact: A Sequel to Pragmatism (1909)
Memories and reports (1911)
Essays in Radical Empiricism (1912)
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The importance of the insight into the essence of representation is, not that it will enable us to legislate concerning the boundary between sense and nonsense, but that it makes clear both the possibility and the importance of a certain sort of critical attitude towards the words we utter. It is not that Wittgenstein can tell us in advance whether words, as they are uttered on a particular occasion, do or do not express a thought, but that he wants us to come to recognize that, if our words express a thought, then we can make that thought clear.
Diamond and Conant take these opening remarks to be an ironic expression of a philosophical perspective on the relation between language and the world; they are intended to exemplify the sort of philosophy of language that, on their reading, Wittgenstein is out to undermine. Thus, the aim of Wittgenstein’s work as a whole is ultimately to show that these remarks are plain nonsense and that the possibility of the perspective they purport to adopt is an illusion. The interpretation to be developed here will argue, by contrast, that the kind of reassessment that Wittgenstein ultimately intends us to make concerning the opening remarks is one on which we recognize that they do not have the metaphysical status we initially suppose.
It might be argued that there is a danger of missing exactly what is most original in Wittgenstein’s early thought, if we approach the task of interpreting Wittgenstein’s ideas from a perspective in which the question of inﬂuence is central. The obscurity of Wittgenstein’s text makes the danger even greater than it might otherwise be, for there is a temptation to use what is familiar from the thought of his contemporaries as a guide to Wittgenstein’s views. Yet there is good reason to believe that the Tractatus is Wittgenstein’s attempt to pursue the question about the nature of a proposition and the status of logic in a way that he believes to be both innovative and distinct from the approaches of Frege and Russell.