"… well worth reading for this critical discussion alone. However, the greatest achievement of the book is Kusch’s new interpretation of KW’s sceptical solution, and of the argumentation leading to it. This is a very important book which advances the discussion of KW on many fronts. No future discussion of KW, or of rule-following in general, can ignore this book" - Philosophical Quarterly
"An excellent and stimulating work.. ... a genuine contribution to the discussion that deserves serious attention and provides considerable food for thought. To those coming to the debate for the first time, Kusch provides a reliable and opinionated introduction. To those already immersed in it, and in danger of not seeing the wood for the trees, he offers a much-needed and informed perspective." - Mind
"Kusch's book goes well beyond the existing literature to provide a study of Kripke's interpretation of Wittgenstein that is both deeper and broader than anything currently available." - Alexander Miller, University of Birmingham, UKRezension:
"Kusch's book goes well beyond the existing literature to provide a study of Kripke's interpretation of Wittgenstein that is both deeper and broader than anything currently on the market. It would be no overstatement to say that this is the most substantial and important book-length treatment of the topic since Colin McGinn's Wittgenstein on Meaning (1984)." Alex Miller, Macquarie University"
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