Early Analytic Philosophy (PHIL 230)
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PHIL 230: Early Analytic Philosophy: Moore, Russell, and Wittgenstein

Link to Time 100 article on Wittgenstein
G.E. Moore Bertrand Russell Ludwig Wittgenstein


cover  The Philosophy of Logical Atomism   Bertrand Russell


Two necessary, though not jointly sufficient, conditions for passing the course are: (i) taking the mid-term and the final, and (ii) taking four of the five pop-quizzes.


Of the 100 (possible) points, 40 are from the mid-term, 40 are from the final, and 20 are from the pop-quizzes.


Internet Resources:

T.H. Green

F.H. Bradley

G.E. Moore:

Bertrand Russell:

Ludwig Wittgenstein:

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