Philosophical school called ordinary language philosophy

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Mais dados: The ordinary language school included many very prominent philosophers — Gilbert Ryle and Ludwig Wittgenstein — and the movement continues today, with John Searle and Stanley Cavell among others. Their goal is laudable. They seek to clear up the morass of conceptual confusion in science and philosophy caused by use of language that did so much violence to the ordinary meanings of words that it had become nonsensical. In their view — a view to which I hold as well — the idiosyncratic use of words, divorced from logic and common sense, reduces to an attempt at private language, which Wittgenstein proposed was incoherent.