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The whole scope of Wittgenstein's work is large. There are plenty of lectures on Wittgenstein's life giving broad-brush introductions that are easy to find, so I assume you arw looking for something with more depth, when you say 'a course'. The Private Language Argument is a major topic for modern philosophy, but derives from only a few late remarks, just a ...


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Have you tried typing in 'Wittgenstein' into YouTube's search engine? It comes up with a number of suggestions. One is this, Wittgenstein in a Nutshell. It was published five years aho and has had 100k views. It's worth placing his philosophy in context, which few courses do. This shows where he stands and what he puts in and what he leaves out. He's ...


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That's not quite how the concept of family resemblance works. Family resemblance points to the idea that categories and classes are often formed by a process of pairwise comparison that doesn't necessarily follow consistent rules. Vygotsky gave a clear example with young children, who will often group things oddly: say, picking up a big blue marble and ...


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