Wittgenstein’s Bookends

1 ¬†The world is everything that is the case. 7 ¬†Whereof one cannot speak, thereof one must be silent. – First and final propositions of Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus   4.112 The result of philosophy is not a number of “philosophical propositions”, but to make propositions clear.Read more


Protest the passing of the world. Mark and erase and paw and taw your way across the infinite palimpsest. An isolated instance of time seems to tear and pull apart to reveal the timelessness behind it, but that perception too lasts only a moment, not for, as you had hoped, ever. Anyway, who bothers to describe a thing except when they cannot attain it, when they have already lost it? To write at all is to embrace the passing ofRead more

True or Untrue

The idea of the conditions of this article, in being explained through the lack of technology, and in using that lack of technology, and through that lack of technology, block, and using that lack of technology, open, to uncover the ideal conditions in which we use our language, a language reserved for confusion, confusion and disintegration, disintegration and erosion, erosion and entropy, entropy and null. Fractions of the whole multiply an individual. An individual fractures into fractions of the whole.Read more