Part I: The Proposition and its Sense. Part II: On Logic and Mathematics. Edited by Rush Rhees. Translated by Anthony Kenny.Oxford, Basil Blackwell, 1974 Stock Code: 132933
NotesFirst edition in English, first impression. Considered a transitional work alongside Philosophical Remarks, Philosophical Grammar had been published in German by Blackwell in 1969. "The fruits of his work from 1929 to 1932 were embodied in a 762 page typescript, known as the 'Big Typescript', dictated at the Hochreit in the summer of 1932, and evidently intended as a draft of a major book He rapidly became dissatisfied with the Big Typescript (a version of which has posthumously been published as Philosophical Grammar, 1974). He attempted to redraft it at least three times, but finally abandoned it, although many of its remarks were incorporated in his final masterwork" (ODNB).
Octavo. Original brown cloth, spine lettered in gilt. With the dust jacket, price-clipped.
Ownership signature of one John David McFarland to front free endpaper, a couple small, neat pencil notes to rear free endpaper. Foot of spine bruised, overall a fine copy in a bright jacket, spine sunned and extremities a little rubbed, re-pricing sticker to front flap.
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