Cool, thanks for the tip! Have you read the book or listened to lectures on the subject by the author? If so, what did you think about it?
Oh by the way I took a look at Public and Private Occasions, and I liked the parts where Wittgenstein discusses Kierkegaard's philosophy; if only the climate was right, Wittgenstein would've made a great Kierkegaardian expositor:
Ludwig Wittgenstein; Public and Private Occasions; early 1930s wrote:
My conscience plagues me and won't let me work. I have been reading in the works of Kierkegaard and that unsettled me even more than I already was. I don't want to suffer; that is what unsettles me. ... One imagines eternity of reward or of punishment, but one could imagine it as an instant, for in an instant once can experience all terror & all bliss. If you want to imagine hell you don't need to think of unending torment. I would rather say: Do you know what unspeakable dread a human being is capable of? Think of that & and you know what hell is... The abyss of hopelessness cannot show itself in life, for where there is life, there is hope.