I'm starting to read Wittgenstein and I keep circling around a problem, which I'll lay out with the following ideas:
a. Logical space is the totality of external reality.
b. A proposition is logical so long as it verifiable, e.g. maps onto logical space.
c. Regardless of the precision of instrumentation used to observe reality, perception will always cause some degree of distortion of external reality.
If a, b, and c are accepted, then how can any proposition be determined as logical?
Is there some kind of confidence margin that people use (consciously or not) to verify claims?