Ineffability and Nonsense
Moore proposes to cut between ‘traditional’ and ‘new’ approaches to the Tractatus, suggesting that Wittgenstein's intention is to convey, through the knowing use of nonsense, ineffable understanding. I argue, first, that there is indeed room for a proposal of Moore's general kind. Secondly, though, I question whether Moore's actual proposal is not more in tune with Wittgenstein's later thought than with the attitude of the Tractatus.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: University of Stirling
Publication date: 01 July 2003