Here’s a kind comment on my book from Duncan Richter (Language Goes on Holiday). It is from a few months ago:
By the way, I was reminded of PI 531 by reading Kelly Dean Jolley’s The Concept ‘Horse’ Paradox and Wittgensteinian Conceptual Investigations. I would recommend this book except for the fear that someone might ask me a question about it that I couldn’t answer. It is short but dense, and reminds me of some tea that a friend of mine brought from China. The tea comes in a kind of cake or puck, from which I would carve a wedge or lump to put in the pot. After the tea is made the leaves in the pot expand and come almost to life incredibly, looking a bit like seaweed. My sense is that Jolley’s book is one with which it would be good to be infused.