How to Read WittgensteinBook - 2005
From the publisher's description: "At the root of Wittgenstein's thought, Monk argues, is a determination to resist the scientism characteristic of our age, a determination to insist on the integrity and the autonomy of non-scientific forms of understanding. The kind of understanding we seek in philosophy, Wittgenstein tried to make clear, is similar to the kind we might seek of a person, a piece of music, or, indeed, of a poem."
Publisher: New York : Norton, 2005
Edition: 1st American ed
Characteristics: viii, 114 p. ; 20 cm