The Philosophy of Wittgenstein with Bryan Magee (1976)

Ludwig Wittgenstein developed two linguistic philosophies: one studies language as a way of giving picture-meanings to objects; the other studies the ways language is used to create different impressions. In this program, world-renowned author and professor Bryan Magee and Oxford professor Anthony Quinton dissect the two philosophies, and discuss their influence on anthropology and sociology.
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This is from the series Modern Philosophy.
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Heidegger and Existentialism:
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Philosophy of Science:
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