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The present article considers an interiía! tensión in Wittgensteins late philosophy. In what 1 cali his naturalism, Wittgenstein circumscribes  philosophical reflection to natural objects, to «making natural history». n his transcendentalism, he focuses on the «possibility of phenomena»  and distinguishes philosophical method from the method ofthe natural  - sciences. I show that histranscendentalismis present in his discussion :. ofrules and prívate language, arguing for an interpretation in terms oía  kantian type of transcendental synthesis. But far from contradicting his naturalism, both tendencies are inseparable and essential to the main purpose of his Philosophical Investigations.

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Palabras clave: Fenómenos del lenguaje, naturalismo, fenómenos naturales, posibilidades de los fenómenos, método experimental, sujeto trascendental





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El Naturalismo Trascendental del Ultimo Wittgenstein I VÍCTOR J.
K R E B S Universidad Simón Bolívar Caracas ABSTRACT The present article considers an interiía! tensión in Wittgensteins late philosophy.
In what 1 cali his naturalism, Wittgenstein circumscribes )hilosophical reflection to natural objects, to «making natural history». Fin his transcendentalism, he focuses on the «possibility of phenomena» and distinguishes philosophical method from the method ofthe natural sciences.
I show that histranscendentalismis present in his discussion ofrules and prívate language, arguing for an interpretation in terms oía kantian type of transcendental synthesis.
But far from contradicting his naturalism, both tendencies are inseparable and essential to the main purpose of his Philosophical Investigations. • J . , .,,; .^^. • •^ .^;;i }- :. í# Our botany is all ñames, not powers,poets and romancers talk of herbs of grace and healing; but what does the bolanist know oflhe virtues of his weeds? —Ralph Waldo Emerson INTRODUCCIÓN ,:„; •.i .•_.• ** ;Í^ El propósito de este artículo es examinar la relación entre dos tendencias aparentemente incompatibles en el pensamiento de Wittgenstein.
Quisiera por el lo ein pezar con dos grupos de citas tomadas de las Investigaciones, que aparte de servirnos de ilustración de las dos tendencias, harán evidente la tensión interna que nos ocupará en esta oportunidad. Este es el primer grupo: ,.,;_ „ | 1.
La filosofía meramente expone todo y no explica ni deduce nada.— Puesto que todo yace abiertamente, no hay nada que explicar.
[L]o que acaso esté oculto, no nos interesa.
(IF, §126) :• 2.
Ordenar, preguntar, relatar, charlar [es decir todos los fenómenos del lenguaje] pertenecen a nuestra historia natural tanto como andar, comer, beber Jugar.
(IF §25) , 4.
Nosotros reconducimos nuestras palabras de su empleo metafísico a su empleo cotidiano (IF §116) BOG...






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