Kripke's interpretation, and his arguments, deserve--and will repay--extremely careful attention. (Philosophical Books)
"A detailed examination of what is clearly a central theme in Wittgenstein's writings." Times Higher Education Supplement
"Kripke does bring a whole range of things into focus in a striking and provocative way ... What Kripke has achieved, I think, is the first successful translation of what Wittgenstein was saying into the idiom of the contemporary Anglo-American mainstream in philosophy ... full of excellent things." Australasian Journal of Philosophy --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.