L. Wittgenstein: Lectures and conversations on aesthetics, psychology and religious belief
This book is based on a series of lectures on aesthetics that Ludwig Wittgenstein, an influential Austrian-British philosopher, gave at the University of Cambridge in 1938. Several students took notes during the lectures, which were directed to a small group and later compiled into Ludwig Wittgenstein: Lectures and Conversations on Aesthetics, Psychology and Religious Belief. The book also includes notes from Wittgenstein’s discussions on Freud and from his lectures on religion. Philosophy students can gain unique insight into the 20th century philosopher’s perspectives on these topics through an exploration of his lectures and conversations.
Publisher: Basil Blackwell
Date Published: 1987
Book Condition: Very good soft cover with minor edge wear to covers and some minor tanning to page edges.
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