With a few minor alterations, the essays which are collected in this volume are reprinted in their original form. Since many of the problems with which they deal are inter-connected, there is a certain amount of repetition, but I hope that it will not be thought excessive.
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In an article written by A. J. Ayer, he contends that Ludwig Wittgenstein’s claim in the Philosophical Investigations that there cannot be a private language is mistaken. At the onset of the article, Ayer wrote: “In a quite ordinary sense, it is obvious that there can be private languages. There can be, because there are” (1985, p. 453).
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A. J. Ayer. AKA Alfred Jules Ayer. Born: 29-Oct-1910 Birthplace: London, England Died: 27-Jun-1989 Location of death: London, England Cause of death: unspecified Gender: Male Religion: Atheist Race or Ethnicity: White Sexual orientation: Straight Occupation: Philosopher Nationality: England Executive summary: Language, Truth and Logic Military service: British Army (Intelligence, WWII).
Sir A.J. Ayer, in full Sir Alfred Jules Ayer, (born October 29, 1910, London, England—died June 27, 1989, London), British philosopher and educator and a leading representative of logical positivism through his widely read work Language, Truth, and Logic (1936). Although Ayer’s views changed considerably after the 1930s, becoming more moderate and increasingly subtle, he remained loyal to.
The Philosophical Works of A. J. Ayer 1930 Review of The Art of Thinking by Dimnet, in Oxford Outlook. 1933 'Atomic Propositions', Analysis, vol. 1, no. I, pp. 2-6.
Freedom and Necessity Chapter 12 of Philosophical Essays, 1954 WHEN I am said to have done something of my own free will it is implied that I could have acted otherwise; and it is only when it is believed that I could have acted otherwise that I am held to be morally responsible for what I have done.
Philosophical Essays By A. J. Ayer MacMillan, 1954 PS PRIMARY SOURCE A primary source is a work that is being studied, or that provides first-hand or direct evidence on a topic.
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