An Arabic translation of the book “Philosophical Research” by the great philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein in the 20th century

An Arabic translation of the book “Philosophical Research” by the great philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein in the 20th century
An Arabic translation of the book “Philosophical Research” by the great philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein in the 20th century
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An Arabic translation of a book entitled “Philosophical Research” by the Austrian philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein was published by Afaq Publishing House, and it was translated from German into Arabic by translator Dr. Azmy Islam, in conjunction with the Cairo International Book Fair 2023, in its 54th session.

He wrote about Ludwig Wittgenstein in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy that some consider him the greatest philosopher of the twentieth century, and the phrase “Philosophy after Ludwig Wittgenstein became something else before him” is repeated, a phrase similar to that is only said by original pioneers who transformed the path of thinking in the old or the modern.

Ludwig Wittgenstein is the eccentric man who combined in his slender skin, beautiful style, and approach to analysis between the accurate logician, the gentle writer, and the profound mystic.

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The translator says that the ideas published in this book by the philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein are the result of philosophical research that occupied him over a period of sixteen years, and they relate to many topics: including the concepts of meaning, understanding, cause and logic, the foundations of mathematics, states of consciousness, and other topics, and as his readers know him, Ludwig Wittgenstein puts his ideas in the form of a brief judgment that he condenses into precise, precise paragraphs that can be lengthened or shortened as the idea requires.

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Ludwig Wittgenstein was born in Vienna, Austria in 1889 to a wealthy Austrian family. Philosophy attracted him from a young age, so he went to study it in Cambridge in Britain at the hands of great philosophers such as Bertrand Russell. Ludwig Wittgenstein specialized in the philosophy of mathematics, logic and language and provided solutions and understanding of deep philosophical problems. Philosophical logical” about the early stage in the philosophy of Ludwig Wittgenstein, while the “philosophical research” expressed its late stage, and Ludwig Wittgenstein died in 1951 in Cambridge, in Britain, which he acquired its citizenship.

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