Early elucidating language logic philosophy tractatus wittgensteins

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In 1913 he returned to Austria and in 1914, at the start of World War I (1914–1918), joined the Austrian army.

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Legend has it that, at his death in 1951, his last words were “Tell them I’ve had a wonderful life” (Monk: 579). The world is represented by thought, which is a proposition with sense, since they all—world, thought, and proposition—share the same logical form.was first published in German in 1921 and then translated—by C. Hence, the thought and the proposition can be pictures of the facts.Starting with a seeming metaphysics, Wittgenstein sees the world as consisting of facts (1), rather than the traditional, atomistic conception of a world made up of objects.The states of affairs which do exist could have been otherwise.This means that states of affairs are either actual (existent) or possible.

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