Absurdism and Logical Positivism in Lewis Carrollâ€™s Aliceâ€™s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass and What Alice Found There
The focus of this essay is a careful examination of Absurdism in Lewis Carrollâ€™s â€˜Alice in Wonderlandâ€™. There will be additional focus on some of his poetry, his lifelong vocation as a mathematician and its influence in his writing. This essay will also include a discussion on the philosophy of language, logical positivism, mathematical absurdity, and the influx state of the in between.
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