What are the best Wittgenstein Philosophy reference books?

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    Susan Kennedy
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      Philosophical Investigations
      Philosophical Investigations is a Humanities, Philosophy, Reference and Non-fiction book written by Ludwig Wittgenstein, edited by P.M.S. Hacker and Joachim Schulte. It was published October 12, 2009 by Wiley-Blackwell.
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      Juan Larson
      Written on April 24, 2018
      "Considering it's by the author, it fits in the category nicely. A good handy guide for philosophical matters of all kinds."
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      Juan Larson
      Written on April 24, 2018
      "Considering it's by the author, it fits in the category nicely. A good handy guide for philosophical matters of all kinds."
    2. 32
      Wittgenstein's Vienna

      Wittgenstein's Vienna is a Humanities, Philosophy, Reference and Non-fiction book written by Allan Janik and Stephen Edelston Toulmin. It was published September 1, 1996 by Ivan R. Dee.

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      Matthew Hernandez
      Written on May 1, 2018
      "The Wittgenstein's Vienna is one of the best Wittgenstein Philosophy reference books. he authors succeed in their objective of revealing him to be a product of a philosophical..."
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      Matthew Hernandez
      Written on May 1, 2018
      "The Wittgenstein's Vienna is one of the best Wittgenstein Philosophy reference books. he authors succeed in their objective of revealing him to be a product of a philosophical and cultural dialogue (including literature, journalism, art, architecture and music) in Vienna that defined the basic problems he sought to solve before his move to Cambridge and his engagement with the Anglo-Saxon analytical philosophers with whom he is most commonly associated."
    3. 27
      Remarks on Colour

      Remarks on Colour is a Humanities, Philosophy, Reference and Non-fiction book written by Ludwig Wittgenstein, edited by Linda L Mc Alister and translated by Margarete Schattle. It was published January 8, 1991 by Wiley-Blackwell.

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      Tammy Daniels
      Written on May 5, 2018
      "This book provides an interesting collection of thoughts and theories on color. Several of the ideas presented I have not even considered before."
      TD
      Tammy Daniels
      Written on May 5, 2018
      "This book provides an interesting collection of thoughts and theories on color. Several of the ideas presented I have not even considered before."
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      Young Ludwig: Wittgenstein's Life, 1889-1921
      Young Ludwig: Wittgenstein's Life, 1889-1921 is a Humanities, Biography, Philosophy, Reference and Non-fiction book written by Brian McGuinness. It was published June 2, 2005 by Clarendon Press.
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      Tammy Carter
      Written on April 23, 2018
      "A biography of Ludwig Wittgenstein life, one of the most influential philosophers of his age and as a personality of great magnetism and power. Author McGuinness does a fine..."
      TC
      Tammy Carter
      Written on April 23, 2018
      "A biography of Ludwig Wittgenstein life, one of the most influential philosophers of his age and as a personality of great magnetism and power. Author McGuinness does a fine job of producing a mental picture of an extraordinarily interesting human being."
    2. 17
      Introducing Wittgenstein

      Introducing Wittgenstein is a Humanities, Biography, Philosophy, Reference and Non-fiction book written by John Heaton with contributions from Judy Groves. It was published July 22, 1992 by Icon Books.

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      Lori Wright
      Written on May 2, 2018
      "I thought this book was a good introduction to Wittgenstein's life and how he got started on the path to becoming a philosophical genius. It gave me a different mindset and..."
      LW
      Lori Wright
      Written on May 2, 2018
      "I thought this book was a good introduction to Wittgenstein's life and how he got started on the path to becoming a philosophical genius. It gave me a different mindset and way to think logically reading about logical way of thinking out the box. He is really like today's Socrates."
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      The Cambridge Companion to Wittgenstein

      The Cambridge Companion to Wittgenstein (Cambridge Companions to Philosophy) is a Humanities, Philosophy, Reference and Non-fiction book edited by Hans D. Sluga and David G. Stern.

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      Henry Duncan
      Written on April 25, 2018
      "This book is a must for Philosophy students. Comprehensive and available online or hard copy."
      HD
      Henry Duncan
      Written on April 25, 2018
      "This book is a must for Philosophy students. Comprehensive and available online or hard copy."
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      Culture and Value
      Culture and Value is a Humanities, Philosophy, Reference and Non-fiction book written by Ludwig Wittgenstein with the translation of Peter Winch. It was published May 15, 1984 by University of Chicago.
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      Zachary Stanley
      Written on May 5, 2018
      "This is a very well written solution. It provides the author, translator, publish date, and genre. By providing the author and genre, it covers the entire topic. There is..."
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      Zachary Stanley
      Written on May 5, 2018
      "This is a very well written solution. It provides the author, translator, publish date, and genre. By providing the author and genre, it covers the entire topic. There is nothing else that this solution needs."
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      Philosophical Occasions: 1912-1951

      Philosophical Occasions: 1912-1951 (Hackett Classics) is a Humanities, Philosophy, Reference and Non-fiction book written by Ludwig Wittgenstein, edited by James Carl Klagge and Alfred Nordman.

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      Janet Simpson
      Written on April 30, 2018
      "Philosophical Occasions: 1912-1951 is a classic reference book by Ludwig Wittgenstein for students studying philosophy. The collection is easy to read and contains some of..."
      JS
      Janet Simpson
      Written on April 30, 2018
      "Philosophical Occasions: 1912-1951 is a classic reference book by Ludwig Wittgenstein for students studying philosophy. The collection is easy to read and contains some of Wittgenstein's most interesting works."
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      Wittgenstein in Exile

      Wittgenstein in Exile (MIT Press) is a Humanities, Biography, Philosophy, Reference and Non-fiction book written by James C. Klagge. It was published December 22, 2010 by The MIT Press.

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      Jane Nguyen
      Written on May 4, 2018
      "I found this book interesting about Wittgenstein, however it was not really a philosophy reference book. The story focused more on the man and his brand of philosophy. It was..."
      JN
      Jane Nguyen
      Written on May 4, 2018
      "I found this book interesting about Wittgenstein, however it was not really a philosophy reference book. The story focused more on the man and his brand of philosophy. It was well written and interesting overall."
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      Wittgenstein: Biography and Philosophy

      Wittgenstein: Biography and Philosophy is a Humanities, Biography, Philosophy, Reference and Non-fiction book written by James C. Klagge. It was published August 13, 2001 by Cambridge University Press.

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      Carl Peterson
      Written on May 6, 2018
      "This is a very good read considering it aggregates many of philosophers thoughts. This book isnt for everyone and if you are to truly enjoy it, you must thoroughly enjoy..."
      CP
      Carl Peterson
      Written on May 6, 2018
      "This is a very good read considering it aggregates many of philosophers thoughts. This book isnt for everyone and if you are to truly enjoy it, you must thoroughly enjoy philosophy, otherwise I could see this book coming off as dull and meandering."

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    Best Wittgenstein Philosophy reference books
    Rank Solutions Type Votes Price
    1 Philosophical Investigations Books 40 Paid
    2 Wittgenstein's Vienna Books 32 Paid
    3 Remarks on Colour Books 27 Paid
    4 Young Ludwig: Wittgenstein's Life, 1889-1921 Books 24 Paid
    5 Introducing Wittgenstein Books 17 Paid
    6 The Cambridge Companion to Wittgenstein Books 17 Paid
    7 Culture and Value Books 11 Paid
    8 Philosophical Occasions: 1912-1951 Books 9 Paid
    9 Wittgenstein in Exile Books 4 Paid
    10 Wittgenstein: Biography and Philosophy Books 1 Paid
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