This paper establishes a parallelism between Ludwig Wittgenstein and Simone Weil, here called "socratism" to allude to the way philosophy, for both of them, has been translated into real mode of existence by creating an inextricable link between thought and life. Starting from this perspective, "family resemblances" between their "philosophical lives" are strongly highlighted through a glance made "perspicuous", for her as well as for him, by theoretical exercise and an acute "reading" of the world sub specie aeternitatis that leaves open issues of ethical and religious order.

“Lo sguardo perspicuo: filosofia e vita quotidiana. Il «socratismo» di L. Wittgenstein e di S. Weil”

RECCHIA LUCIANI, Francesca Romana
2006

Abstract

This paper establishes a parallelism between Ludwig Wittgenstein and Simone Weil, here called "socratism" to allude to the way philosophy, for both of them, has been translated into real mode of existence by creating an inextricable link between thought and life. Starting from this perspective, "family resemblances" between their "philosophical lives" are strongly highlighted through a glance made "perspicuous", for her as well as for him, by theoretical exercise and an acute "reading" of the world sub specie aeternitatis that leaves open issues of ethical and religious order.
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