Wittgenstein’s “Remarks on Frazer’s Golden Bough”

I have to return this book to the library; it has accrued a 45 dollar fine for me here at Lewis and Clark. Hopefully, the library will forgive it.

It was an interesting text, and I was particularly struck by a few fragments of it, particularly Wittgenstein’s more epigrammatic declarations — many of them issued as stand-alone paragraphs. My favorite is:

“I must plunge again and again into the water of doubt.”

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