Reductio ad vacuum. La crítica del primer Wittgenstein al cartesianismo
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Sanfélix, Vicente Perfil
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Cartesianism was always a subject to Wittgenstein's criticism. In his case against it, he employed a general strategy that I have called 'Reductio ad vacuum'. There is something right in Cartesianism but without a hidden confusing premise, the truth of Cartesianism is empty. According to the early Wittgenstein, Cartesianism was right be- cause Solipsism is true: the Self is the center of the world. But without confusing this metaphysical Self with the psychological one, Solipsism becomes empty and no different from Realism.

    Sanfélix, Vicente 1995 Reductio ad vacuum. La crítica del primer Wittgenstein al cartesianismo Anuario Filosófico 28 2 311 333
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