Danièle Moyal-Sharrock's publications focus on what she calls 'the third Wittgenstein' (the post-Investigations corpus), and particularly on On Certainty, which she considers to be Wittgenstein's third masterpiece. She distances herself from the school that sees in Wittgenstein nothing beyond therapy and has sought to show his contribution to the solution, and not only dissolution, of problems, such as those involving the nature of memory, language acquisition and basic beliefs. Underlying her work is the conviction that many philosophical problems stem from the inflated role allotted to the propositional at the expense, mostly, of non-reflective action.
Moyal-Sharrock, D.17 Jan 2017A Companion to Wittgenstein. Glock, H-J. & Hyman, J. (eds.). new edition ed. Milton, QLD, Australia: John Wiley & Sons Australia Ltd, p. 547-562 (Blackwell Companions to Philosophy)
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