Wittgenstein, Part I: Essays: Mind and Will: Volume 4 of an Analytical Commentary on the Philosophical Investigations / Edition 1

Wittgenstein, Part I: Essays: Mind and Will: Volume 4 of an Analytical Commentary on the Philosophical Investigations / Edition 1

by P. M. S. Hacker
ISBN-10:
0631219862
ISBN-13:
9780631219866
Pub. Date:
04/28/2000
Publisher:
Wiley

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Wittgenstein, Part I: Essays: Mind and Will: Volume 4 of an Analytical Commentary on the Philosophical Investigations / Edition 1

This fourth and final volume of the monumental commentary on Wittgenstein's Philosophical Investigations covers pp 428-693 of the book. Like the previous volumes, it consists of philosophical essays and exegesis.

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ISBN-13: 9780631219866
Publisher: Wiley
Publication date: 04/28/2000
Series: Analytical Commentary on the Philosophical Investigations Series
Edition description: Reprint
Pages: 314
Product dimensions: 5.82(w) x 8.52(h) x 0.92(d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements.

Preface.

Abbreviations.

Analytical Commentary.

Part I: Intentionality: The Harmony Between Language and Reality (428-65):.

Introduction.

Intentionality.

1. Representation In Thought and Speech.

2. The Tractatus: Form and Content.

3. Repudiation of Causal Theories.

4. A Fresh Start.

5. Dispelling The Confusions (Identity and Surrogationalism; Thinking What Is Not The Case; Knowing What One Thinks; Satisfaction and Fitting; Anticipating The Future; Understanding and Interpreting).

Part II: Justification By Experience (466-90):.

Introduction.

Inductive Reasoning.

6. The Tractatus.

7. Reasons and Reasoning.

8. Justifying Induction.

Part III: The Immanence of Meaning and The Bounds of Sense (491-570):.

Introduction.

The Arbitrariness of Grammar and The Bounds of Sense.

9. Grammar Justified.

10. Grammar Unjustified.

11. Illusory Determinants of The Bounds of Sense.

12. The Arbitrariness of Grammar and The Immanence of Meaning.

13. Traversing The Bounds of Sense.

A Note on Negation 1.

Frege and Russell.

14. The Tractatus Criticisms of Frege.

15. The Meaning Body of Negation.

Part IV: Mental States and Processes (571-610): .

Introduction.

Methodology In Philosophical Psychology.

16. Psychology: A 'Young Science' Or 'Experimental Methods and Conceptual Confusion'?.

17. The Descriptive Method In Philosophical Psychology.

18. The Concepts of Psychology and Their Role In Human Life.

19. The Plan For The Treatment of Psychological Concepts.

20. The Preferred Strategy.

Memory and Recognition.

21. The Prevailing Tradition.

22. Memory: Reading The Past Off The Present.

23. Memory Experiences and Processes.

24. Memory Traces and Psycho-Physical Parallelism.

25. Recognition.

26. Plus Ca Change.

Part V: The Will (611-28): .

Introduction.

Willing and The Nature of Voluntary Action.

27. Agency and Action.

28. The Prevalent Tradition.

29. 'My Kinaesthetic Sensations Advise Me'.

30. Is Willing Too Merely An Experience?.

31. Diagnosis.

32. Fantasies of The Will. (The Innervationist and Ideo-Motor Theories; Trying; Causation of Action).

33. Voluntary and Involuntary Action.

Part VI: Intention and Recollecting One's Intention (629-60): .

Introduction.

Intending.

34. Stage Setting.

35. Wittgenstein: Remembering What One Was Going To.

36. Wittgenstein: Category Distinctions.

37. Intention and Prediction.

38. The Language Game of 'I Intend'.

Part VII: Meaning Something (661-93): .

Introduction.

The Mythology of Meaning Something.

39. A Puzzle About 661-93.

40. Misconceptions About Meaning In The Notebooks and The Tractatus.

41. The Retrospective Reconstruction of The Mythology of Meaning.

42. The Change of Heart.

43. Categorial Differentiations.

44. Meaning What One Says.

45. Reassembling The Jigsaw.

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