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Wittgenstein's Vienna by Allan Janik
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Wittgenstein's Vienna (1973)

by Allan Janik, Stephen Toulmin, Stephen Toulmin

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Not really a review, but this book proved to me that I have two degrees of separation from Wittgenstein and three from Adolf Hitler! I used to work for a man called Matthew Toulmin, who was co-author Professor Stephen Toulmin's son; and Professor Toulmin worked with Wittgenstein when he went to America after the war! (And as there is evidence that Wittgenstein attended the same school as Hitler, that's where I get that connection...)
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Preface:  Ludwig Wittgenstein is best known for his two major philosophical books, the Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus, published just after World War I, and the Philosophical Investigations, on which he was still working at the time of his death in 1951.
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The life and culture of Hapsburg, Vienna before World War I--the city of Freud, Schoenberg, Klimt, and Wittgenstein, whose philosophy announced the birth of the modern era.

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