"This was our paradox: no course of action could be determined by a rule, because any course of action can be made out to accord with the rule" - Wittgenstein
This paradox is purported to call into question the possibility of meaning determining rules in language. It has been treated in disparate ways by philosophers such as Saul Kripke, and John McDowell.
To me it seems the paradox would simply evaporate in the face of consensualism, with natural language being a social construct and all...
Question: Has anybody taken to Wittgenstein with a Consensual theory of Truth?