[Autom. eng. transl.] What is the meaning of the subjectivity that appears in the Tractatus "at the limits of the world", as "microcosm" and within the framework of a "realist" reconfiguration of solipsism? The essay tries to show - against the background of the Wittgensteinian transformation of solipsism into an anthropological question - the use that Wittgenstein made in the Tractatus of some Schopenhauerian images, modifying their meaning in the context of his personal reconfiguration of the theme of the self. What, then, does the thesis, non-gnoseological, mean that the ego can only be reached if one understands to what extent "solipsism is a truth"? Answering this question of a reconstructive type marks the possibility of finding the anthropological-relational contours of that "crisis of the subject" that characterized the beginning of the twentieth century and with which even today we cannot avoid dealing.
|Translated title of the contribution||[Autom. eng. transl.] The ego theme as the place of Wittgenstein's anti-schopenhauerism|
|Number of pages||24|
|Publication status||Published - 2005|
- Crisi soggetto
- Cultura tedesca
- Filosofia Austriaca