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グローバル教養科目(The Later Wittgenstein: Language & Meaning)

The Later Wittgenstein: Language & Meaning
【Please note that you are assessed on a five-level scale of A+, A, B, C, or F/Fail in this course.】

The later Wittgenstein’s views about language and meaning, especially as presented in Philosophical Investigations, are among the most important arguments in twentieth century philosophy, exerting great influence not only over traditional philosophy, but also a diverse and widespread range of fields in the humanities, social sciences, and even cognitive science. This course will focus on Wittgenstein’s transition from the theory of language as a logical picture of reality outlined in the Tractatus—still in essence a dominant view of language—to his later understanding of language and meaning in terms of language’s use in social “language games”. The three most significant arguments for the development of this general view in Philosophical Investigations will be studied: meaning as use; considerations about rule following and the consequences for intentionality and representation; the impossibility of a private language. A general understanding of the later Wittgenstein’s anti-theoretical philosophical method and its anti-essentialist and anti-reductionist consequences will emerge.
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7V0101023
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グローバル教養科目(The Later Wittgenstein: Language & Meaning)
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英語
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2
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授業計画
Week 1: The Tractatus as background to Philosophical Investigations Weeks 2 – 4: Meaning as Use Week 5 – 7: Rule Following and Intentionality Week 8: Presentations &Student Led Discussion Week 9 – 11: The Private Language Argument Week 12: Presentations & Student Led Discussion Week 13: Exam
授業の方法
Lectures & discussion, presentations, student led discussion.
成績評価方法
Exam: 50% Presentation and student led discussion: 30% Participation: 20%
教科書
Students should acquire a copy of "Philosophical Investigations", Ludwig Wittgenstein. Either the Anscombe or Hacker & Schulte translation is suitable. Other reading will be distributed as a course pack at the start of the course. Wittgenstein, L. (1967). Philosophical Investigations. Translated by Anscombe, G. E. M. Oxford: Basil Blackwell. Wittgenstein, L. (2009). Philosophical Investigations. Translated by Anscombe, G.E.M; Hacker, P.M.S. & Schulte, J. (eds.). Oxford: Basil Blackwell.
参考書
Course pack will be distributed at the beginning of the course
履修上の注意
Some experience with philosophy courses or courses with a philosophical component may be advantageous, but no specific prior knowledge is required.