I was reading the paper An elucidatory reading of the Tractatus and in page-3 section- Ineffabilist Readings, it was written
"The order in our propositions, which renders them capable of thus picturing the facts, we call ‘logic’. Hence, logic can be seen as the order of possible situations in which things can find them-selves as reflected in language".
Can you please approve/disapprove the above fact by Wittgenstein's statements.
Wittgenstein said in Tractatus :
"6.13 Logic is not a theory, but a reflection of the world. Logic is transcendental".
Is he talking about the structure of language or the logic that we usually study in textbooks?