Introduction Thomas Raleigh and Kevin M. Cahill Part I. Varieties of Naturalism 1. Wittgenstein and Naturalism Paul F. Snowdon 2. Wittgenstein's Liberal Naturalism of Human Nature David Macarthur 3. Naturalism in the Goldilocks Zone: Wittgenstein's Delicate Balancing Act Daniel D. Hutto and Glenda Satne Part II. Language: Self, Truth, and Mathematics 4. Sensations, Natural Properties, and the Private Language Argument William Child 5. Wittgenstein, Self-Knowledge and Nature Annalisa Coliva 6. The End of an Affair Charles Travis 7. Later Wittgenstein and the Genealogy of Mathematical Necessity Sorin Bangu Part III. Animal Minds, Human Psychology 8. Minding the Gap: In Defense of Mind-mind Continuity Dorit Bar-On 9. Rational Animals Julia Tanney 10. Modes of a "Complicated Form of Life": Expression and Human-Animal Continuity Stina Backstroem Part IV. Naturalism and Meta-Philosophy 11. Wittgenstein, Hume and Naturalism Benedict Smith 12. Wittgensteinian `Therapy', Experimental Philosophy, and Metaphilosophical Naturalism Eugen Fischer 13. Representationalism, Metaphysics, Naturalism: Price, Horwich and Beyond Jonathan Knowles 14. Do Pragmatic Naturalists Have Souls? Should Anyone be Paid to Worry about it? Bjorn Torgrim Ramberg
Kevin M. Cahill is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Bergen. He works mainly on Wittgenstein's Philosophy and the Philosophy of the Social Sciences. His publications include The Fate of Wonder: Wittgenstein's Critique of Metaphysics and Modernity (2011). Thomas Raleigh is Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Ruhr-University, Bochum. His research is primarily in Philosophy of Mind and Epistemology with particular interest in the work of Wittgenstein. As well as the present volume, he is also the co-editor, together with Jonathan Knowles, of Acquaintance: New Essays (forthcoming).