The eye and the field do not belong to the same ‘space’, although it is easy to lose sight [ho ho] of this kind of thing when doing philosophy. We confuse logic for metaphysics, one language-game for another.
Friedlander (p. 116): “From the point of view of representation there is no limit whatsoever. This is the point of Wittgenstein’s analogy between the visual field and the field of experience as such.”
Compare Schopenhauer, The Fourfold Root of the Principle of Sufficient Reason trans. E. F. J. Payne, 1974, p. 96: “Thus since our power of vision reaches equally in all directions, we really see everything as a hollow sphere in whose centre is our eye.”