Wittgenstein - 3.2 with a 3.77 S&P Geometric Mean
“Human beings are persuaded that the totality of sensory-empirical data such as observation, the sciences and rational analysis which can assemble and order them, is not the whole story. Or, in Wittgestein’s aphorism: that the fact of …” - George Steiner
“Wittgenstein’s well-known remark on the boundless amazement which should reflect the existence of the world could have been Dante’s They also share a sense of the incommensurability of that existence. It and its bounds of meaning are, …” - George Steiner
“Famously, the early Wittgenstein finds language to be generically inadequate to philosophic enterprise. Whatever is primary for understanding and needs of the human condition, in both ethics and metaphysics, lies beyond verbal or …” - George Steiner
“The bearing of this partition on the early Wittgenstein is evident. The alltoo-celebrated, subtly histrionic finale to the Tractatus marks the essence of demarcation. That ‘of which we must be silent,’ which is external to systemic logical and …” - George Steiner
“Hence, as we noted the interactions between Sparchkritik and the exact science and mathematics in the Vienna Circle, notably in Popper, Wittgenstein, and Carnap. Almost fatally, more and more of philosophical metaphysical discourse …” - George Steiner
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