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Wittgenstein's 'Philosophical Investigations': What is wrong with the Augustinian picture of language acquisition and meaning?
Using Wittgenstein’s Philosophical Investigations (PI), I shall argue that the Augustinian conception (AC) of language acquisition and meaning is defective: firstly, this account is problematically oversimplified; and secondly, in virtue of its theoretical strategy, AC is predestined to miscarry. 3,996 more words
The Work of Theology, Stanley Hauerwas, Eerdmans, 2015
Stanley Hauerwas was once a bricklayer, and it is interesting to note that the pre-release cover artwork for this new book featured a bricklayer’s trowel, making a nice correlation with the book’s title, … 681 more words