Crítica, Revista Hispanoamericana de Filosofía, Volume 13, number 39, December 1981
El interludio fenomenológico de Wittgenstein
Carlos H. Soto
Universidad de Puerto Rico

Abstract: A study of Wittgenstein's "Some Remarks on Logical Form" is done from the point of view of the phenomenology it espouses. A brief presentation is made of the main points of his concern with the phenomena of immediate experience as that which validates the rules of meaning. This view is compared with that of Husserl. A survey is made of Wittgenstein's defense of his Phenomenology as it is registered by F. Waismann. It is held that Wittgenstein flirts with the synthetic a priori.

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