1. Eliminating Ethics: Wittgenstein, Ethics, and the Limits of Sense
  2. Edmund Dain
  3. pp. 1-11
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  1. Addressing Russell Resolutely?
  2. Cora Diamond
  3. pp. 13-43
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  1. Missing a Step Up the Ladder
  2. Eli Friedlander
  3. pp. 45-73
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  1. Wittgenstein and “Tonk”: Inference and Representation in the Tractatus (and Beyond)
  2. Martin Gustafsson
  3. pp. 75-99
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  1. Resolute Reading
  2. Kelly Dean Jolley
  3. pp. 101-127
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  1. The Method of Language-Games as a Method of Logic
  2. Oskari Kuusela
  3. pp. 129-160
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  1. Austerity, Psychology, and the Intelligibility of Nonsense
  2. Denis McManus
  3. pp. 161-199
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  1. Showing, the Medium Voice, and the Unity of the Tractatus
  2. Jean-Philippe Narboux
  3. pp. 201-262
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  1. Analysis, Independence, Simplicity, and the General Sentence-Form
  2. Thomas Ricketts
  3. pp. 263-288
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  1. In What Way Does Logic Involve Necessity?
  2. Sanford Shieh
  3. pp. 289-337
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  1. Solipsism and the Limits of Sense in the Tractatus
  2. Jônadas Techio
  3. pp. 339-369
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