The Linguistic Wizardry of Ludwig Wittgenstein

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The Linguistic Wizardry of Ludwig Wittgenstein

Ludwig Wittgenstein worked out how language has meaning, twice. He also thought that some of the most important things we can know we can’t express at all. Grant Bartley from Philosophy Now finds out the meaning and limits of language from guest Daniel Hutto from the University of Wollongong, NSW. First broadcast on 22 June 2014 on Resonance FM.

Duration: 56min 33sec (Download 52MB)

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