Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus

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Linkgua digital, 1922 - Language and languages - 189 pages
 

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TRACTATUS LOGICOPHILOSOPHICUS
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1 The world is all that is the case
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3 A logical picture of facts is a thought
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4 A thought is a proposition with a sense
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5 A proposition is a truthfunction of elementary propositions
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6 The general form of a truthfunction is p E NE This is the general form of a proposition
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7 What we cannot speak about we must pass over in silence
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