著者
笠木 雅史
出版者
The Philosophy of Science Society, Japan
雑誌
科学哲学 (ISSN:02893428)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.51, no.2, pp.3-27, 2018-12-30 (Released:2019-11-27)
参考文献数
75

It is commonplace to characterize analytic philosophy in terms of the so-called “linguistic turn.” Recent historical studies, however, tell or remind us that analytic philosophy is not unified with regard to its methods or subject matters. The purpose of this paper is to contribute toward the accurate picture of the history of analytic philosophy, with a focus on the group of philosophers that was called “Cambridge Analysis” or the “Cambridge School of Analysis” in the 1930s. Firstly, the paper exposes the methods and conceptions of metaphysics championed by members of the Cambridge School of Analysis, such as G. E. Moore, B. Russell, L. S.Stebbing, and J. Wisdom. Secondly, the paper argues that when the Cambridge School of Analysis was succeeded by Cambridge Ordinary Language School in the late 1930s, metaphysics started being conceptualized linguistically.

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『科学哲学』51-2号の電子版が公開されたので、拙稿「ケンブリッジ分析学派の興亡:「言語論的転回」はいつ起こったのか?」もDLできるようになりました。忘れられた分析哲学の歴史的起源を追求した論文です。https://t.co/HVWpTRvkmE

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