EMANUEL ȘTEFAN, Filosofie și paradox: sensul unei cărți pline de nonsensuri


Wittgenstein’s Tractatus provides a methodical approach to examine the functioning and limits of language through a series of meaningful propositions that culminate in self-proclaimed nonsense. In this paper, the book’s paradox is treated by recognizing that its propositions, while ultimately nonsensical at the conclusion of the demonstration, are essential steps in a logical journey to clarify philosophical problems. Once the problem is solved and the world is seen correctly, these propositions lose their bipolar character and are left behind, not as a chaotic heap of nonsense, but as the completed rungs of a ladder that has fulfilled its philosophical purpose.

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