CONTENTS:- 1. Language and Rules; 2. Thought and reality; 3. Contradiction between Rules; 4. Praxis and Rules; 5. Concepts and Rules; 6. The Justification of rules; 7. Paradigms and Grammar.
The book highlights, clarifies and elucidates the centrality of the all important concept of rules for understanding the philosophy of Wittgenstein by basing itself on his own texts. It shows the kind of rules with its use on the hand, and internationality (human agreement) on the other. This tie is available in the grammar of language. The agreement (or intention) at the basis of language is vital to both the whole function of the use of language and manifest in its inbuilt into the use of language and manifest in its expression. Wittgenstein does not deny “internatiu0onally” as is popularly thought, but only asserts that it be read from the expressions of language, from its manifestation. Thereby it sets forth and illuminates Wittgenstein’s conception of language and elucidates its importance to, and connection with, philosophy.