La dialettica dei punti di vista: induttivismo e strutture della comunicazione

This entry is part 22 of 38 in the series Vol 4-2019

Abstract: In this paper we wish to deal with the comparison between the conceptions about the nature of relations offered by Ludwig Wittgenstein, Francis Herbert Bradley and Bertrand Russell. The basic idea is that Bradley’s thesis that the notion of proposition is self-contradictory is correct, and that Wittgenstein suggests a useful insight to develop an interesting answer to the problem. Our view is that we can distinguish two approaches: 1) if we define the proposition as a dialectical structure, then we need to consider as dialectical and contradictory also the relationship between different subject’s points of view; 2) if we define the proposition in a not dialectical way, we can describe the relationship between different points of view as not intrinsecally contradictory.

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