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Jewish Resonances in the Work of Wittgenstein

Tentative remarks on Wittgenstein's religious and cultural philosophy

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Jewish Resonances in the Work of Wittgenstein: Tentative remarks on Wittgenstein's religious and cultural philosophy

Ludwig Wittgenstein, is widely regarded as the greatest philosopher of the 20th century. He was not raised as a Jew but his family had a Jewish background, and a tentative case can be made that Jewish resonance can be detected in the formulation of his ideas.
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