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Epistemology of Late Wittgenstein
Rozen, David ; Kolman, Vojtěch (advisor) ; Hill, James (referee)
The aim of this paper is to interpret epistemology of late Wittgenstein. For this purpose I will begin in the first part by introducing background and key moments of Wittgenstein's late conception of philosophy in the context of his early work, and so I will define the framework in which the following interpretation of his late epistemology will operate, which, as it turns out, can not be understood as the theory of knowledge in the traditional sense. Therefore, in the second part of my work, I will present Wittgenstein's late epistemology through two perspicuous representations - (1) perspicuous representation of grammar of expression 'to know' and (2) perspicuous representation of forms of life, as transcendental conditions of knowledge - in order we can see the connections between the different aspects of his late thinking and clarify the character of human knowledge, which turns out to be a social status anchored in the language, acting and mythology of particular culture.

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