W. W. Bartley III  

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Bartley published a biography of the philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein, titled simply Wittgenstein, in 1973. The book contained a relatively brief, 4–5 page treatment of Wittgenstein's homosexuality, relying mainly on reportage from the philosopher's friends and acquaintances.

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William Warren Bartley, III, (19341990) was an American Professor of Philosophy, a Senior Research Fellow at Stanford University and an author.

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