6.122 From which it follows that we can go on without logical propositions, since we can perceive in an appropriate notation the formal properties of propositions with a simple look at these propositions.
What would such a notation be?
Black (p. 324) suggests ‘corresponding’ for entsprechend where P&McG have ‘suitable’ and I have ‘appropriate.’ He adds that “In a sense, every notation is suitable.” On p. 325 he says that “in a sense, every notation is ‘adequate’ to express whatever meaning it expresses.”
White (p. 105): “Wittgenstein goes badly astray in his development of this train of thought [i.e. that found in the 6.1s], and subsequent developments in logic [