Wittgenstein Trying to Touch It

Painting on wood by Jack, the departed owner of the former Heaven's Beach Bar.

Painting on wood by Jack, the departed owner of the former Heaven’s Beach Bar.

3.3421 A particular method of symbolizing may be unimportant, but it

is always important that this is a possible method of symbolizing.

And this happens as a rule in philosophy: The single thing

proves over and over again to be unimportant, but the possibility

of every single thing reveals something about the nature of

the world. – From the Tractatus

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