Conant, James (1997) Kierkegaard's POSTSCRIPT and Wittgenstein's Tractatus: Teaching How to Pass from Disguised to Patent Nonsense. Wittgenstein Studien, 4 (2).
There is a tradition of philosophical writing -- one which can be traced back to Plato's dialogues -- in which the form of the philosophical text is thought to be integral to its purpose. The form of the text is modeled on a PROCESS of discovery. The relation the reader is invited to enter into with the text mirrors a relation that he is called upon to enter into with himself. This mode of philosophical writing will often seem to be less concerned with imparting a specific doctrine to the reader and more concerned with introducing him to an intellectual discipline that holds forth the promise of transforming him.
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||Existenzphilosophie, Analytische, Philosophie, Kierkegaard|
|Subjects:||Philosophie > Philosophische Disziplinen > Sprachphilosophie|
Philosophie > Philosophische Journale, Kongresse, Vereinigungen > Wittgenstein Studien 1994-97
|Deposited By:||Günther Friesinger|
|Deposited On:||16 Feb 2003|
|Last Modified:||08 Sep 2011 18:50|
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