Elizabeth Anscombe’s grave




Elizabeth Anscombe’s grave

Originally uploaded by BillT.

Wandering through a damp Cambridge yesterday I made my way to St Giles’ Cemetery (as was, it’s called something else now) to visit Wittgenstein’s grave, and also to call on Anscombe, buried nearby. An important philosopher in many ways, she was also Wittegenstein’s translator.

I remember her lectures from my undergraduate days.

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2 Responses to Elizabeth Anscombe’s grave

  1. Bill, can your image of ELIZABETH ANSCOMBE’s grave be added to her new Find-A-Grave entry?

  2. Marcin says:

    What were her lectures like? I am very curious?

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