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ideas, but these statements both come from the Tractatus. The statements are: 4.1212 What can be shown, cannot be said. and 5.6 The limits of my language mean the limits of my world. The … first statement seems to imply that Wittgenstein believes there are things that we can know (and be shown), but that we cannot say (express in our language). However, the second statement seems to …
asked Aug 6 '14 by Dylan Williams