Tuesday, April 10, 2007

3.324 Thus the most fundamental confusions (of which the whole of philosophy is full) easily arise.

So if philosophy is full of nonsense and the point of the Tractatus is to solve this/these problem(s) then 3.323 seems to be crucial. The book presumably aims to show either how we should use words/language, or that misuse of words/language leads to confusion.

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