What is the name for the belief that truth and reality cannot be modeled or represented logically, intellectually, nor linguistically and hence cannot actually be discussed?
Do any philosophers say this? It seems it would be hard for it to be a consequence of a philosophy as that would require statements and claims.
That’s the question, but to clarify the statement isn’t vacuously contradictory: The statement would be an idea but not a truth per se. And no statement even that one can be 100% correct because it cannot match reality which is too big. Under this view, statements can be wise, not correct though. They don’t tell us about reality. Similar for models in physics etc. Logic is merely effective. This is not a belief that there is no reality, and does not express whether or not it can be known other ways, just not mathematically, intellectually, or any way that can be put into words.
Does it have a name?