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It contains several discussions of philosophical psychology and of the tendency in philosophy to try for a synoptic view of phenomena. Analyzed subjects include sense, meaning, thinking while speaking, behavior, pretense, imagination, infinity, rule following, imagery, memory, negation, contradiction, calculation, mathematical proof, epistemology, doubt, consciousness, mental states, and sensations.
Editions include a parallel text English/German edition edited by Elizabeth Anscombe and Georg Henrik von Wright published by Blackwell (UK) and University of California Press (USA) in 1967 (ISBN 9780520016354).
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