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Philosophical Investigations


We must learn to transform an assemblage of scattered notes and flashes into short, periodic paper treatise, usually between 30 and 50 pages long (see frenchtheory.com)

In the Philosophical Investigations, Wittgenstein presented a series of interrelated remarks arranged according to their subject matter but without a master plan. Wittgenstein had given up on the idea that language had a central core of meaning, but he had then to develop a new kind of philosophical work, without sweeping generalization, presenting only descriptions of language in a dialectical way and inviting the reader to take part in the dialogue. Wittgenstein wanted to present his thoughts in a "natural order and without breaks" .

He thought however he had failed...