1. Ludwig Wittgenstein: life and work an introduction Hans Sluga; 2. Wittgenstein's critique of philosophy Robert J. Fogelin; 3. Pictures, logic, and the limits of sense in Wittgenstein's Tractatus Thomas Ricketts; 4. Fitting versus tracking: Wittgenstein on representation Donna M. Summerfield; 5. Philosophy as grammar Newton Garver; 6. A philosophy of mathematics between two camps Steve Gerrard; 7. Necessity and normativity Hans-Johann Glock; 8. Wittgenstein, mathematics, and ethics: resisting the attractions of realism Cora Diamond; 9. Notes and afterthoughts on the opening of Wittgenstein's Investigations Stanley Cavell; 10. Mind, meaning, and practice Barry Stroud; 11. 'Whose house is that?' Wittgenstein on the self Hans Sluga; 12. The question of linguistic idealism revisited David Bloor; 13. Forms of life: mapping the rough ground Naomi Scheman; 14. Certainties of a world-picture: the epistemological investigations of On Certainty Michael Kober; 15. The availability of Wittgenstein's philosophy David Stern.
The essays in this volume address central themes in Wittgenstein's writings on the philosophy of mind, language, logic, and mathematics.
' ... this new collection of essays will give on a clear illustration of how writers on Wittgenstein are working, or rather, struggling today. It will encourage one to explore the unknown dimensions to which Wittgenstein's ideas may be relevant.' The Philosophers' Review