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It is also probable that Wittgenstein inspired the redundancy theory of truth for which Ramsey is now famous.

5). Cavell’s writings include Cavell (1977; 1987; 1988; 1989; 1990; 1994). Baker criticised the new interpretation of the Tractatus in an unpublished review. Hanfling (1989) notes this state of affairs. Examples of interpreters who are strongly critical of Wittgenstein are Hintikka and Cook (see §7 below). Interestingly, their reading of Wittgenstein is also significantly at odds with most other interpreters. It should go without saying that there is no sharp distinction between giving an interpretation of Wittgenstein and doing philosophy in Wittgenstein’s spirit, nor one between Wittgensteinians and non-Wittgensteinians.

In the remaining sections he elaborates on certain general parameters of disagreement between Wittgenstein’s interpreters, critically discussing the question of continuity vs. discontinuity in Wittgenstein’s thought, immanent vs. genetic approaches to his texts, rationalist vs. irrationalist interpretations, and finally intrinsic vs. extrinsic motives for 26 Guy Kahane, Edward Kanterian, and Oskari Kuusela studying him. For instance, Glock pleads for the traditional distinction between the early and the later work of Wittgenstein, rejecting the idea that we must speak of distinct thinkers.

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