Wittgensteinian

Wittgensteinian

(ˈvɪtɡənˌʃtaɪnɪən; -ˌstaɪnɪən)
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(Philosophy) (of a philosophical position or argument) derived from or related to the work of Wittgenstein and esp the later work in which he attacks essentialism and stresses the open texture and variety of use of ordinary language
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Adj.1.Wittgensteinian - in the manner of Ludwig Wittgenstein
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Wittgensteinian Reflections on Rationality and Reason, JANE HEAL
Searle make the same kind of point when he defends the notion of subjectively experienced qualia as having specific ontological status, contra the Wittgensteinian stance assumed by Bennett and Hacker.
His solution has something of a Wittgensteinian flavor, since he, more or less, dissolves the problem, showing us a way out of the "fly-bottle" bequeathed to us by Plato.
He disagrees with the Wittgensteinian quietists or therapists or metaphysicians, claiming that in Wittgenstein's later work no attempt is made to address what Popper called 'the demarcation problem--tracing the border between good science and bad metaphysics.
As an alternative, Livingston suggests adopting the later Wittgensteinian therapeutic approach of analyzing the language of consciousness on a case-by-case basis.
Here Zijlstra provides a critique of Wittgenstein's aesthetic unity of the ethical and the aesthetic from the perspective of Kierkegaard, as well as a critique of the dialectics of image, language and time from a Wittgensteinian perspective.
However, his position may be consonant with Wittgensteinian expressivism or the view that consciousness is the locus of pain.
55) In the book, Bobbitt engages in a Wittgensteinian project of investigating the uses and practices of constitutional interpretation and outlines a basic syntax of six modalities of constitutional argument.
Using a Wittgensteinian approach, the book offers a route through the themes of loss and reaffirmation.
I put it like this to emphasise at the outset that this is not the application of Wittgensteinian ideas to psychotherapy, with a view to suggesting that this is an improvement on competing explanations.
This results in systematicity (and by extension scientific knowledge) being something more like a Wittgensteinian family resemblance concept than one with an essentialist definition in terms of necessary and sufficient conditions.
Before long, we have fallen down a Wittgensteinian rabbit hole, as the screen cuts to a shot of the words WHAT IS REAL?