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During his first term at Cambridge in 1938, he met Ludwig Wittgenstein and attended Wittgenstein's lectures on the philosophical foundations of mathematics throughout 1939. Malcolm remained one of Wittgenstein's closest friends, and his memoir of his time with Wittgenstein, published in 1958, is widely acclaimed as one of the most captivating and most accurate portraits of Wittgenstein's remarkable personality.
His works include Ludwig Wittgenstein: A Memoir; Wittgenstein: A Religious Point Of View?; Nothing Is Hidden: Wittgenstein's criticism of his early thought; Problems of Mind: Descartes to Wittgenstein; Studies in the theory of knowledge; Consciousness and causality; Memory and mind; Thought and knowledge; and Wittgensteinian themes (edited by Georg Henrik von Wright).
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