Talk:Language-game (philosophy)

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HTML comment[edit]

Could someone please take that HTML comment out? I don't know how to hide content, and don't want to delete the author's structure.

Which HTML comment? Stumps 11:34, 7 June 2006 (UTC)

The concept needs a header[edit]

That list under "The concept ..." seems like it needs a header, but I don't feel quite qualified to write one...

What is " PI 2"? (mentioned in Description section)[edit]

What is " PI 2"? It is mentioned in the Description section of this article: "...The term 'language game' is used to refer to: Fictional examples of language use that are simpler than our own everyday language. (e.g. PI 2)..."

I have searched, but get many spurious hits on a computer named Raspberry PI2, and a File Extension called ".PI2".

If the answer is already in Wikipedia, recommend adding a link.

68.35.173.107 (talk) 21:55, 21 February 2015 (UTC)

It's one of Ludwig Wittgenstein's 'Philosophical Investigations'. PI7 is wikilinked, but maybe it would be better to link every PI to the page... Air (talk) 18:56, 12 March 2015 (UTC)