Philosophy Lexicon of Arguments

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Bubner I 205
Wittgenstein/Bubner: his late work is attributable to meditative thinking.
I 208
Clarification arises from the thinking reader's own performance.
The space, however, is not the consciousness of the reader, but the usage of language.
I 206
Wittgenstein/Diaries: "The solution of all my questions must be very simple" ... "If one is afraid of the truth, (as I am now) one never suspects the full truth" ... "My thoughts soon slacked when I tried to force them against their natural order."
"My remarks bear no stamp ... and I will not claim them further as my property."
I 212
Pain/Wittgenstein/Bubner: not an actual object of investigation, otherwise the psychical would be declared a realm of objects of a separate kind.

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Bu I
R. Bubner
Antike Themen und ihre moderne Verwandlung Frankfurt 1992

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