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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Aleksandr Finiarel
"Seeing in Aspects": Analitical and Phenomenological Interpretations
Philosophy
(Bachelor’s programme)
2016
The research is concentrated on a peculiar fragment of Wittgenstein’s Philosophical Investigations about aspect seeing since it stands out of his whole philosophy being extremely phenomenological. This work is aimed to show that Wittgenstein was also interested in phenomenology by giving both analytical and phenomenological interpretations of this fragment and connecting it with the other topics of Philosophical Investigations. In addition it tries to reveal the problems issued by this fragment and especially the problem of interpretation. The results disclose that Wittgenstein really did a number of phenomenological investigations related to his philosophy but he was not sutisfied by its methodology. That is why he studied philosophical grammar which connects Wittgenstein's investigations on language philosophy with the fragment studied here which is concentrated on the investigation of visual experience.

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