“Nothing is Hidden”
Much may be gained from reference to “the legacy of Turing” and to a line of tradition that starts with Turing and Gödel’s work and that may be traced back to earlier traditions in logic and mathematics. Wittgenstein is far more difficult to place. His later thinking (after “Tractatus”) has no obvious predecessor in philosophical tradition. Although Wittgenstein had a strong influence on present-day philosophy, one can hardly say that he “formed a school” or “left a legacy” which others have managed to cultivate.
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