Wittgenstein presents a concise, comprehensive, and systematic treatment of Ludwig Wittgenstein's thought from his early work Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus to the posthumous publication of On Certainty, notes written just prior to his death.
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Ken Maxon would be better off selling self help books.
The text is pretty good though because its mostly just quoting Wittgenstein.
This is the worst narrator I have come across..Iwouls like to return this audio book.
His voice is contorted and very disturbing. It is not smooth...
I am rating this ONLY based on the Narrator. Not the book (unfortunately). I have therefore given 3stars to "Story" to be fair.
"Narration is painful."
It is very difficult to concentrate on the argument when the narration is this bad. Thee naray. Torsounds like ay. Com, puter.
No, but certainly books narrated by Ken Maxon.
The narrator killed the book. Really sounded like a computer-generated voice. And a bad one at that.
Worth a read if you're interested in Wittgenstein or analytic philosophy. Definitely not worth a listen.
Listen to a sample first!
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