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September 12, 2006

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During the Philosophy in the Gallery seminar, we have the chance of discovering Wittgenstein’s ideas in the context of Art. Nigel Warburton introduced us to some key concepts that we then discuss in relation with some exhibits at the Tate [Read More]

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