Continuing a series of practically content-free posts, here’s a great quote from Dummett’s preface to his Logical Basis of Metaphysics, which finally showed up at Pitt’s library.

“We all stand, or should stand, in the shadow of Wittgenstein, in the same way that much earlier generations once stood in the shadow of Kant; and one of my complaints about many contemporary American philosophers is that they appear never to have read Wittgenstein.”

[Update: Follow ups here and here.]