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Wittgenstein: Philosophy, Work and Legacy

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Wittgenstein studies FIL217 / FIL317

Each Fall semester the department offers a course on Wittgenstein. The course provides an introduction to Wittgenstein’s philosophy, including a general overview of his authorship, central concepts, and examines the methods at work in his writings. Language of instruction is English. The course can be taken at both the bachelor’s and master’s level. For more information click the respective course codes above.