The Short Version: Cambridge University. A class of boys taking philosophy under the strange tutelage of a man they dub Wittgenstein. Over the course of the term, they will question so many things about philosophy and life. The Review: I am a fan of philosophy. A book-length novel that essentially just discourses on life, reason, philosophy… it’s not for everyone, not for all times, but sometimes (for me), it’s exactly what you need. Enter Wittgenstein Jr.. Now, I didn’t study any Wittgenstein in my few […]
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