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Philosophy Today

Volume 16, Issue 3, Fall 1972

Robert C. Solomon
Pages 163-179

Wittgenstein and Cartesian Privacy

Robert Solomon's essay makes interesting reading against the background of the current efforts to find common ground between continental philosophers and the British and American philosophers. His article begins with a central point in analytic-linguistic philosophy. Soon it becomes a confrontation with phenomenology and eventually a confrontation of issues within phenomenology. (R. Lechner, editor)

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