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Although Ludwig Wittgenstein's famously original and difficult philosophical work never translated into distinct school of thought, it did inspire two of the most influential movemements in 20th century philosophy - logical positivism and ordinary language philosophy. Wittgenstein's influence remains prominent throughout analytic philosophy, emerging in the works of thinkers as diverse as Michael Dummett, Daniel Dennett, John Searle, Donald Davidson, Saul Kripke, and John McDowell.


The Early Wittgenstein[edit]

Logical Atomism[edit]

Logik[edit]

The Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus[edit]

Influence on Logical Positivism[edit]

The New Reading[edit]

The Later Wittgenstein[edit]

Meaning as Use[edit]

= Dummett on Harmony[edit]

Chomsky and Generative Linguistics[edit]

Inferential Role Semantics[edit]

Fodor's Critique[edit]

Language Games[edit]

The Private Language Argument[edit]

Kripke on Rules and Private Language[edit]

Inverted Spectrum Arguments[edit]

Influence on Ordinary Language Philosophy[edit]

On Certainty and Epistemology[edit]

Wittgenstein's Philosophy of Mathematics[edit]

Wittgenstein & Godel[edit]

Meta-analyses of Wittgensteinian Philosophy[edit]

Truth-Conditions vs. Assertion-Conditions[edit]

The New Reading[edit]