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Ludwig Wittgenstein Quote: “Just be indipendent of the external world, so you don’t have to fear for what’s in it.”

Just be indipendent of the external world, so you don’t have to fear for what’s in it.

— Ludwig Wittgenstein



Ludwig Wittgenstein Quote: “If a false thought is so much as expressed boldly and clearly, a great deal has already been gained.”

If a false thought is so much as expressed boldly and clearly, a great deal has already been gained.

— Ludwig Wittgenstein


Ludwig Wittgenstein Quote: “We just do not see how very specialized the use of “I know” is.”

We just do not see how very specialized the use of “I know” is.

— Ludwig Wittgenstein


Ludwig Wittgenstein Quote: “I am still at Trattenbach, surrounded, as ever, by odiousness and baseness. I know that human beings on the average are not worth much anywhere, but here they are much more good-for-nothing and irresponsible than elsewhere.”

I am still at Trattenbach, surrounded, as ever, by odiousness and baseness. I know that human beings on the average are not worth much anywhere, but here they are much more good-for-nothing and irresponsible than elsewhere.

— Ludwig Wittgenstein


Ludwig Wittgenstein Quote: “A man’s thinking goes on within his consciousness in a seclusion in comparison with which any physical seclusion is an exhibition to public view.”

A man’s thinking goes on within his consciousness in a seclusion in comparison with which any physical seclusion is an exhibition to public view.

— Ludwig Wittgenstein


Ludwig Wittgenstein Quote: “It is so characteristic, that just when the mechanics of reproduction are so vastly improved, there are fewer and fewer people who know how the music should be played.”

It is so characteristic, that just when the mechanics of reproduction are so vastly improved, there are fewer and fewer people who know how the music should be played.

— Ludwig Wittgenstein


Ludwig Wittgenstein Quote: “If the will did not exist, neither would there be that centre of the world, which we call the I.”

If the will did not exist, neither would there be that centre of the world, which we call the I.

— Ludwig Wittgenstein


Ludwig Wittgenstein Quote: “You might say that certain words are only pegs to hang intonations on.”

You might say that certain words are only pegs to hang intonations on.

— Ludwig Wittgenstein


Ludwig Wittgenstein Quote: “A propositional sign, applied and thought out, is a thought. A thought is a proposition with a sense.”

A propositional sign, applied and thought out, is a thought. A thought is a proposition with a sense.

— Ludwig Wittgenstein


Ludwig Wittgenstein Quote: “Most of the propositions and questions to be found in philosophical works are not false but nonsensical.”

Most of the propositions and questions to be found in philosophical works are not false but nonsensical.

— Ludwig Wittgenstein



Ludwig Wittgenstein Quote: “So we do sometimes think because it has been found to pay.”

So we do sometimes think because it has been found to pay.

— Ludwig Wittgenstein


Ludwig Wittgenstein Quote: “There is such a thing as the impression of luminosity.”

There is such a thing as the impression of luminosity.

— Ludwig Wittgenstein


Ludwig Wittgenstein Quote: “The totality of facts determines both what is the case, and also all that is not the case.”

The totality of facts determines both what is the case, and also all that is not the case.

— Ludwig Wittgenstein


Ludwig Wittgenstein Quote: “Suppose we think while we talk or write – I mean, as we normally do – we shall not in general say that we think quicker than we talk, but the thought seems not to be separate from the expression.”

Suppose we think while we talk or write – I mean, as we normally do – we shall not in general say that we think quicker than we talk, but the thought seems not to be separate from the expression.

— Ludwig Wittgenstein


Ludwig Wittgenstein Quote: “We must plow through the whole of language.”

We must plow through the whole of language.

— Ludwig Wittgenstein


Ludwig Wittgenstein Quote: “Concerning that which cannot be talked about, we should not say anything.”

Concerning that which cannot be talked about, we should not say anything.

— Ludwig Wittgenstein


Ludwig Wittgenstein Quote: “A picture whose pictorial form is logical form is called a logical picture.”

A picture whose pictorial form is logical form is called a logical picture.

— Ludwig Wittgenstein


Ludwig Wittgenstein Quote: “We see, not change of aspect, but change of interpretation.”

We see, not change of aspect, but change of interpretation.

— Ludwig Wittgenstein

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