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An Instinct for Meaning

  • H. A. Knott
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Abstract

LATO: Wittgenstein was fond of quoting from old Augustine’s description of how he learned to speak—or at least how he imagined he learned to speak.1 He was especially interested in this because it contained two assumptions,2 which together became major objects of criticism in his own discussions—indeed they ramified the whole of his later philosophy.

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Language Game Verbal Expression Rule Expression Concept Possession Instinctive Behaviour 
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© H. A. Knott 2007

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