Edited by IFILNOVA in Partnership with Peter Lang

Wittgenstein and the Sceptical Tradition

All the chapters in this volume somehow and quite diversely, directly or indirectly, address the relation of Wittgenstein’s philosophy, or at least of Wittgenstein- inspired philosophical thought, with scepticism, here generally envisaged as a many-sided tradition and not as a uniform and once for all established theoretical posture.


This book is part of the series “Lisbon Philosophical Studies – Uses of Languages in Interdisciplinary Fields” edited by António Marques and Nuno Venturinha in partnership with Peter Lang.