Wittgenstein and Anthropology

Ludwig Wittgenstein’s views concerning anthropology emerge predominantly from his notes on Sir James Frazer’s The Golden Bough. Brian Clack discusses elements of Wittgenstein’s work that might bear on anthropology.

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