Wittgenstein´s ‘Idealism’

Karel Mom


A comparison of Wittgenstein’s indeterminism and Kant´s argument for the principle of
causality from the assumption of the ideality of time shows that Bernard Williams’
claim that Wittgenstein was a transcendental idealist is untenable.


philosophy; 20th century philosophy; Wittgenstein Ludwig; indeterminism; causality; solipsism; linguistic idealism

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