Wittgenstein's Later Philosophy And Its Family Resemblance To Neo-Pyrrhonism

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Roger Bladimir Fragua Cabrera


In this paper I wish to explore how Wittgenstein's pyrronism can be understood. I do not want to get into discussion with authors who supporting or rejecting this appellation for Wittgenstein. My intention is considering the conflict of opinions, the suspension of judgment, ataraxy and philosophy as ethic and then analyzing whether through these concepts some kind of similarity can be established between Wittgenstein and pyrronism. In the same way, I consider it useful if the text serves to show that all the similarities between the way Wittgenstein’s philosophy is conceived and the pyrrhonics can serve to defend Wittgenstein’s neopyrrhonism as something more than a simple family resemblance.

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