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What is "the ineffable" exactly? An extensive reading of Wittgenstein's Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus
Hong LI and Donghui HAN
Frontiers of Philosophy in China
Vol. 2, No. 3 (June 2007), pp. 402-411
Published by: Brill
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/27823302
Page Count: 10
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"The ineffable" in Wittgenstein's Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus is an essential term that has various interpretations. It could be divided into two types, namely, positive and negative, or real and fake. The negative or fake type can be clarified by logical analysis, while the positive or real type can be understood only through philosophical critique. Both the positive and negative types consist of infinity or absoluteness, but the infinity is subject to distinctions in meaning and logic. "𡒇" 𢌒𩌅𦚁𥝉𢍴𰍀 «𡝆𣎘𧠔» 𦅙𠀐𦍷𢠐𰍀𦐕 , 𡒇𠦘𠀦𠀄𱆁𢐑, 𡍣𱈕𦒗𰍀𨁀𦒗𰍀, 𥄐𰒕𣑔𰍀𠕑𰍀. 𨁀𦒗𰍀𥄐𠕑𰍀 𡒇𠆗𠦘𦔒𨕈𨅥, 𱈕𦒗𰍀𥄐𰒕𣑔𰍀𡒂𦍷𡝆𣎘𰍀𥈉𡀨𥅥𡅒𠆗𩜂 . 𨁀𦒗𰍀𱈕𦒗𰍀𢐑𢍃𰀁𦂀𥄐𣕅𦔀𥄄, 𠊔𠄈𰍀𦂀𢌒𤡇𠁁𡙄𦁁 𣎄𢌒𤁆𡀵.
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