<strong>Wittgenstein&rsquo;s charisma</strong>. He lived philosophy as a personal struggle. That made him severe, ruthless, censorious, and depressed. And bewitching

Wittgenstein&amp;rsquo;s charisma. He lived philosophy as a personal struggle. That made him severe, ruthless, censorious, and depressed. And
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Wittgenstein’s charisma. He lived philosophy as a personal struggle. That made him severe, ruthless, censorious, and depressed. And bewitching

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