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Fran World to Form of Life:An Investigation of the Transition of Wittgenstein's Philosophy

Tian Yuan, Liu Kexin  
In general opinion, the transition of Wittgenstein's philosophy results from his view of language. This paper argues his early and later ontologies and their decisive effect in the context of the influence of two cultures. The early ontology, which delimitates itself in the sayable "World" and eliminates the unsayable Mystical Things , is contrary to his intention that Mystical Things should be cherished. This inherent contradiction makes the transition from his early ontology to later ontology, which has a great theoretical meaning: the later ontology of "Form of Life", which deletes the demarcation between what can be said and what can't be said, becomes the solid foundation of human's practice.
【CateGory Index】: B5
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