Judgement

  • Derek Bolton
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Abstract

Wittgenstein begins the Investigations by criticising one conception of language and offering another in its place: the signs of language have meaning not because they are correlated with objects, but because men employ them in their activities. Our task is to pursue the consequences of this change in the conception of language, and in this chapter we turn to the theory of judgement.

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© Derek Bolton 1979

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