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8/6/05 9:54 PM
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peter beiers
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What about Wittgenstein!He is impossible.
8/6/05 10:30 PM
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Prepared to be flamed my friend (as far as the PhilosophyGround can flame anyone, that is).
8/6/05 10:56 PM
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why would he be flamed here Hakujin?
8/7/05 10:20 AM
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I think Wittgenstein is much more readable (doesn't mean much, of course). There is also more readable secondary literature on Wittgenstein to make sense of his writings. Most of his writings were of course not meant to be published, so it has a rathe unpolished look.
10/13/06 3:27 PM
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The two actually bear striking similarities when you look at the broader projects. Hubert Dreyfus does good work making this point in his introduction to "What Computers Still Can't Do"

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