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Though he published only one book in his lifetime, Ludwig Wittgenstein (1889–1951) was one of the most influential philosophers of his generation. The youngest son of a wealthy family, he was never comfortable with the academic environment where his ideas were so prized. By turns eccentric and reclusive, he worried about being misunderstood or influencing…

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