Three miles farther, inwards the Sognefjord’s inner arm Lustrafjord, Wittgenstein’s small log house was reopened after being dismantled for 60 years. What happened in Sogn 200 years ago was the start of a new phase in Norwegian identity history.What happened at the same place a hundred years ago was a new direction for philosophy – not just one historic philosophical turn, but two.is an anthology of twenty pieces by eighteen authors.
Philosophical approaches have tended to go astray through insufficient attention to genuine aesthetic puzzles posed by Wittgenstein’s style and methods of composition. For good measure here are more: the reason it is crucial to bridge the literary-philosophical gap is that if we could understand why Wittgenstein hybridizes art and analytic philosophy as he does, we would understand him. And this angle, far from narrowing into a cul-de-sac of personal idiosyncrasy, may open chapters of the history of philosophy.
A Nietzschean thought: “Gradually it has become clear to me what every great philosophy so far has been — namely, the personal confession of its author and a kind of involuntary and unconscious memoir.” personal’ is how Gould thumbnails this doubt. Take Arthur Schopenhauer, praised by Thomas Mann as “pre-eminently creative,” an author’s philosopher; mildly but firmly denigrated by Russell: “His appeal has always been less to professional philosophers than to artistic and literary people in search of a philosophy that they could believe.” Mann’s and Russell’s judgments sit side-by-side as blurbs on the back of a book of selections on my shelf: Arthur Schopenhauer, Schopenhauer’s most famous philosophical followers are Nietzsche and Wittgenstein.
Cora Diamond’s contribution to the volume quotes P. Strawson: only a “very specialized view of the nature of philosophical understanding” would see any difficulty in recasting the arguments of of him" (quoted, p. Nor is this picture a mere ornament to the serious stuff. Both turn against their educator while young but, I would say, stay in the habit of standing him precisely on his head.
Still, to be father to these fathers of analytic and some sort of key?
Wittgenstein exiled himself several times in his life – went to Wales, Ireland and Norway.
In Skjolden in Sogn, he spent altogether two years between 19.
I said it would be lonely, and he said he prostituted his mind talking to intelligent people.
I said he was mad, and he said God preserve him from sanity.
These were two essentially different discoveries – carried out by the Norwegian forerunners of national romance and a philosopher in exile from the intellectual metropolises of Vienna and Cambridge.
The pictures of Norway One of the greatest exhibitions of national romantic art opened in June 2019 in the splendor of the Munthe House in Ytre Kroken in Luster.