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Remarks on the Foundations of Mathematics

by Ludwig Wittgenstein

Other authors: ANSCOMBE G Elizabeth M (Editor), G. E. M. Anscombe (Translator), Rush Rhees (Editor), G. H. Von Wright (Editor)

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Originally in German?
  richardhobbs | Nov 28, 2010 |
Mark Liberman linked to some pages in this on LLog, and it seemed approachable. I'm not getting a lot from it, though. It's a neat piece of history, seeing Wittgenstein in conversation with Turing, plus some interesting ideas and styles of argument, but transcribed lecture / dialogue format makes for poor pedagogy, I think. I actually wanted to learn a little something about the mathematics and contradiction, and there's really only a few sentences here dealing with that, not the full exposition I wanted.
  leeinaustin | Jul 15, 2009 |
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