Un « chien honnête » : l’humour grammatical de Wittgenstein et la problématique des mondes possibles
The collective monograph, «Langage, pensée et esprit» ("Language, mind and spirit") published in French, presents the outcome of an international research project conducted during the years 2012-2015 by an international group of experts in contemporary philosophy of language and Wittgenstein scholars. The co-authors represent the following universities: University of Bergen, Norway; Université Paris-8 Vincennes Saint-Denis, France; National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russia; and Université de Tunis. The monograph examines diverse aspects of L. Wittgenstein's philosophy of language that are of considerable importance for today's philosophy of mind and for contemporary social sciences.
The chapter examines the concept of "social reality", viewed through Wittgenstein’s perspective of "possible worlds", and its importance for the epistemology of contemporary social sciences.