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    International Studies in Philosophy 27 (4): 1-20. 1995.
  • This dissertation seeks to show a non-anthropocentric conception of language at work in Wittgenstein's thought, one in which the language-game is the "primary thing." It does this by inquiring into features of language that Wittgenstein remarks on but which are, for the most part, neglected in the literature on Wittgenstein. Through a discussion of Wittgenstein's typology of the modes of production of a work and of the concept of mimesis at stake in this typology, as well as of the roles of Witz…Read more