Philosopher of reasoning, mathematics, and your brain who revolutionized just how idea was taught in colleges. He was a teacher at the College or university of Cambridge from 1939 until 1947. He wasn’t a prolific writer, but he do publish Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus in 1921. He was portrayed by Karl Johnson in the film Wittgenstein from 1993. He was raised in a rich, aristocratic family members. He was referenced within a Simpsons event that was directed by Adam L. Brooks.
|1||In his youth, he attended a Realschule in Linz, Austria. From 1903 to 1904, one of his fellow students at the school was Adolf Hitler. Although the two were born only six days apart, Hitler was two years behind Wittgenstein. It is unknown whether they knew each other personally or possessed any memory of one another in later life.|
|Wie aus der Ferne||2013||Short text|
|M.A. Numminen Sings Wittgenstein||1994||Short book "Tractatus Logico Philosophicus"|
|Heart of a Dog||2015||Documentary special thanks|
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