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IMO, you are "reading too much" in the specific quote. Wittgenstein is a difficult philosopher: its style is idiosyncratic, the books of so-called second period has been published posthumously and most of them are from notes taken from Wittgenstein's lectures. You can see Georg Kreisel's Review of Remarks on the Foundations of Mathematics (1958): [...


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