Wittgenstein and the moral life: essays in honor of Cora Diamond

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Essays by leading scholars that take as their point of departure Cora Diamond's work on the unity of Wittgenstein's thought and her writings on moral philosophy.
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table_of_contents Mild mono-Wittgensteinianism / James Conant -- The cardinal problem of philosophy / Michael Kremer -- Wittgenstein and the inexpressible / Juliet Floyd -- Wittgenstein and the real numbers / Hilary Putnam -- Holism and animal minds / David H. Finkelstein -- Companionable thinking / Stanley Cavell -- Comment on Stanley Cavell's "Companionable thinking" / John McDowell -- "In spite of the misery of the world": ethics, contemplation, and the source of value / Sabina Lovibond -- A novel in which nothing happens: Fontane's Der Stechlin and literary friendship / Martha Nussbaum -- The mortality of the soul: Bernard Williams' character(s) / Stephen Mulhall -- Humans, animals, right and wrong / Alice Crary.
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title Wittgenstein and the moral life essays in honor of Cora Diamond
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