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Wittgensteins Private Language Reviews
indispensible for anyone engaged in a serious reading of PI. His use of Cavell's example of the "corsican brothers" (a test drive of what the other-minds skeptic supposes we lack) makes LW's sense of humanity, of what it means to share the intimacy of a world, vivid and clear. And check out the connection Mulhall makes (as an aside!) b/t the vision of language instruction opened up by PI and Rene Girard's work on mimetic desire---a new theory of evil, I think. Somebody should run with it.