Discussion and exposition of Wittgenstein's Private Language Argument, both in its narrow development in sections 243--264 of the Investigations and in terms of the wider discussion of rules and privacy. Discussion of Kripke's meaning-skeptical interpreatation of the PLA is also appropriate.
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Entry from the Stanford Encyclopaedeia of Philosophy.
Wittgenstein on Rules and Private Language
The `ultimate homepage' by John Humphrey. A comprehensive and critical survey of Kripke's book by the same name. Its aim seems to be to finish off Kripke's position in that work.
Wittgenstein's `Private Language' Argument
Undergraduate essay by Roger Bishop Jones commenting upon the PLA by attention to sections 243 to 264.
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