|WITTGENSTEIN’S ATTITUDE TOWARD LANGUAGE AS MUSIC|
|Written by ION OLTETEANU|
ABSTRACT. The purpose of this paper will be to supply a brief overview of Wittgenstein’s philosophical views on music. The theory that we shall seek to elaborate here puts considerable emphasis on the concept of musical expression, and on music as a means of emphasizing the role of ‘feeling’ in proper understanding. pp. 156–161
Keywords: Wittgenstein, language, musical expression, meaning, philosophy
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