By Wittgenstein, Ludwig; Krkač, Kristijan; Wittgenstein, Ludwig
Ludwig Wittgenstein used to be some of the most influential philosophers of the twentieth century. this article discusses his philosophical approach in his later interval, occasionally known as morphology
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Chapter 2 was previously published, K. Krkač, J. Lukin Wittgenstein the Morphologist I, Synthesis Philosophica, 46, (2/2008) pp. 427–438. 5 is published in Disputatio Philosophica 1 (2009) pp. 3–23. Chapter 3 was not previously published. However, the second part was delivered during the international course Logical Foundations of Metaphysics at IUC, Dubrovnik, Croatia, 2008, and the third part was delivered at Institut D’etudes Politique de Lille, University of Lille 2, France, 2009/2010 as a part of the course Introduction to Ethics, Business Ethics and CSR.
Nevertheless, a line seems to be a somewhat simpler example than a dot because lines are not so ambiguous. We have straight and curved lines, and they can be combined in various ways. 9). 10 in which one can see a white circle, or a hole, or a disc). 7. From a dot to a line. 11) can be seen in quite different ways, that is as a snake, hills, dunes, or as sea waves. Nevertheless, unlike the case of a dot, in this case there is no direct, clear, and unambiguous answer to the question which is the correct description of the drawing, and which are aspects of it.
If it is impossible to give a straight answer, then it seems that at least some simple visual phenomena are background-relative (colour, size, and shape background relative). On the other hand, if it is possible to say that this (●) is more similar (further abbreviated as ↑σ) to a dot than to a hole (less similar further on abbreviated as ↑σ), then one should indicate regarding which characteristic is this more similar to a dot than to a hole. In the case of a dot and a hole, the issue seems to be a difficult one to decide.
A custodian of grammar : essays on Wittgenstein's philosophical morphology by Wittgenstein, Ludwig; Krkač, Kristijan; Wittgenstein, Ludwig