Wittgenstein and Sellars on Thinking

Stefan Brandt


I present Ludwig Wittgenstein’s criticisms of the idea that meaningful linguistic
utterances have to be accompanied by mental acts of thinking their sense and the
idea that thinking occurs in a language of thought consisting of mental signs. I
try to show that Wilfrid Sellars developed an account of thinking on the model
of language which can accommodate Wittgenstein’s challenges.


philosophy; 20th century philosophy; Wittgenstein Ludwig; thinking; mind; language; thinking

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