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The first part of Wittgenstein’s Philosophical Investigations. The book will be covered over six parts.
In a later passage, Wittgenstein demands a task of his readers that I think we can take as an interpretive key to this book: don’t think, but look. 5,167 more words
Learning through play is a really effective way for a young student to study Latin. When the materials engage the imagination, it’s much more likely that she will want to return to them, getting the necessary reinforcement to learn the language well. 246 more words
Philosopher Sandy Grant in Aeon on Wittgenstein and his language-games:
We live out our lives amid a world of language, in which we use words to do things. 513 more words