Pre i nakon istraživanja : Vitgenštajn o poreklu i kraju filozofije
Before and after the Investigations: Wittgenstein on the Origin and End of Philosophy
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This paper points to the relaton between Wittgenstein’s position and Kant’s transcendental dialectics with regard to the nature of philosophical problems and their roots in language, thinking and affinities of humans. Related to this, there is the question of function of philosophy which involves the removal of these problems, according to both authors. The author supports the thesis that, when it comes to Wittgenstein, it cannot be discussed about the end of philosophy if he considers that there is the natural affinity towards philosophical errors, the cause of which is the complexity of language. Therefore, the author criticizes the view according to which Wittgenstein speaks about antiphilosophy, that is, about the negative meaning of philosophical thought.
Keywords:Wittgenstein, Ludwig / Kant, Imanuel / philosophical problems / transcendental dialectics
Source:Filozofija i društvo, 2009, 229-248
- Beograd : Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju