By Wittgenstein, Ludwig; Krkač, Kristijan; Wittgenstein, Ludwig
Ludwig Wittgenstein used to be probably the most influential philosophers of the 20 th century. this article discusses his philosophical strategy in his later interval, occasionally often called morphology
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In order to portray the background and the rough ground of my vital proposal, namely, that Wittgenstein’s later philosophy is philosophical morphology at least in terms of its methods and goals. Nonetheless, Wittgenstein is always my starting point, but on the other hand, rarely the ending point. Furthermore, I often start with technical exegesis (mostly summarizing some new or major results with my small supplement), but end with some notes regarding the matter in question which are hard to join with the beginning of the text for one who does not see the goal of philosophy as I indeed do.
In fact it would be the case that a ● is not seen as a ●, rather one would claim that a ● in fact is, say, small black round. Therefore, one would not claim: Seeing ● as a small black round, or SαAδ, rather This ● is small black round, α = δ, which comes down to the following, This ● is this ●, or α = α in which “a small black round” is claimed to be the complete and correct description of what is seen. Now, to be completely clear, here I do not claim that α ≠ α because surely α = α. What I claim is that to say what α really is, is not easy to do, because if one claims that ● is a small, black, and coloured round, the questions is—compared to what?
They cannot be colourless, while points cannot have colour, although their representations must have it. Nevertheless, this difference does not seem to be sufficient for the claim that (3) is not aspect-seeing while (1) and (2) are. All of them seem to be cases of aspect seeing, perhaps of different levels of aspects due to the mentioned distinctions. e. that ● is a small black round, a dot, and a hole. What we have is the following: (a) ● (b) SαAβ, (c) SαAγ, and (d) SαAδ. What could be of some importance is the question—is this (●) more similar to a small black round, to a dot, or to a hole?