Wittgenstein's Private Language Arguments

Brian Garrett


What most people think of as "the Private Language Argument" receives its clearest
expression at #258 of Philosophical Investigations. The problem raised by
contingently private languages reinforces our conclusion that the #258 argument
cannot be cogent.


philosophy; 20th century philosophy; Wittgenstein Ludwig; mind; language; privacy; sensation; meaning

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