By Ludwig Wittgenstein
Thoroughly revised all through, tradition and cost is a range from Wittgenstein's notebooks -- at the nature of paintings, faith, tradition, and the character of philosophical task.
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Or: it is love that believes the Resurrection. One might say: redeeming love believes even in the Resurrection; holds fast even to the Resurrection. What fights doubt is as it were redemption. Holding fast to it must be holding fast to this belief. So this means: first be redeemed & hold on tightly to your redemption (keep hold of your redemption)--then you will see that what you are holding on to is this belief. So this can only come about if you no longer support yourself on this†a earth but suspend yourself from heaven.
Page 27 It seems to me (sometimes) as though I were already†c philosophizing with toothless gums & as though I took speaking without teeth for the right way, the more worthwhile way. I detect something similar in Kraus. Instead of my recognizing it as a deterioration. MS 156b 32r: ca. 1932-1934 Page 27 If someone says, let's suppose, "A's eyes have a more beautiful expression than B's", then I want to say that he certainly does not mean by the word beautiful what is common to everything that we call "beautiful".
That will show 'what I mean by it'. Suppose I had said: "the gardener raises very beautiful plants in this greenhouse". I want to communicate something to my hearer with this & the question arises: for this does he have to know what is common to everything that we call "plant"? No. I could quite well have given him the explanation for the case in hand by means of a few examples or a few pictures. 42 In the same way if I say: "I will just explain the rules of this game to you", do I presuppose that the other knows everything that is common to what we call "rule"?