The Danger of Wordsby David R. Berman
Drury was one of Wittgenstein's closest friends or disciples, with whom he probably spoke most about religious topics. This revised edition contains Drury's principal work, The Danger of Words, and his equally important 'Some Notes on Conversations with Wittgenstein' and 'Conversations with Wittgenstein', as well as his reply to a review of The Danger of Words in Human World and a hitherto unpublished lecture given in Ireland in 1967. The new introduction contains a memoir of Drury as well as some commentary on his writings. This new edition will be of interest to philosophers, psychiatrists and theologians, and those interested in the life and thought of Wittgenstein.
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