By K. C. Pandey
Concerning the Book:
Wittgenstein's non secular viewpoint is mostly visible as having dual elements: non secular ideals are inexpressible, and they have their very own kind of existence. although the plain modifications in those facets, there appears no dichotomy among them if we assessment them within the context of the advance of his philosophy of faith and language. This booklet severely expounds Wittgenstein's concept of spiritual ideals via studying a number of strategies of his philosophy of language. Taking a detailed examine the shortcoming of starting place of faith, it bargains with anti-scientific remedy of superstitions and miracles, and attempts to abridge the alleged cleavage among Wittgenstein's reputation of mystical adventure and his rejection of privateness of experience.
About The Author:
K.C. Pandey is affiliate Professor on the division of Philosophy, DDU Gorakhpur college, Gorakhpur. He additionally taught on the faculties of Delhi collage, B.R.A. Bihar college, and Himachal Pradesh college. Dr. Pandey effectively accomplished U.G.C.-I.U.C. Associateship at IIAS, Shimla. The UGC chosen him for JRF & instructor Fellowship, and executive of India suggested him for Commonwealth Fellowship. With provided writings to his credits, he has contributed examine papers in journals and anthologies either in India and overseas reminiscent of Philosophical Investigations, Cadernos de Filosofia, magazine of Indian Council of Philosophical study, IIAS Summerhill overview, experiences in Humanities and Social Sciences, Indian Philosophical Quarterly, Paramarsh, Darshanik Traimasik, and Samaj Dharm Aur Dharshan. His released works comprise: Wittgenstein Ke Darshan Ki Ruparekha (An define of Wittgenstein’s Philosophy) (2005), Tulanatmak Darshan (Comparative Philosophy) (2005), Ecological views in Buddhism (2008), views on Wittgenstein’s Unsayable (2008), Ludwig Wittgenstein: Ethics and faith (2008), and Nitishastriya Vimarsh Aur Mahakavya (Ethical Reflections and Epics) (2009).