Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus – the Introduction of the Archetypal Sign of Logic

Diana Bantchovska


This paper attempts to bring evidence that Wittgenstein’s work is consolidated
around a single idea: that language, reality, the world, human nature share one
and the same logical structure. The focus is on the Archetypal sign of logic
representing the Bipolar structure of logic, as introduced by the Tractatus. It
establishes that the acknowledgement of the structure of logic is the end-point
of our search for logical truths. Further notations are impossible for this
structure stands for the only possible full description of reality.


philosophy; 20th century philosophy; Wittgenstein Ludwig; logical sense; logical structure; picture; archetypal sign; structure of a proposition; limit; logic; language; zero method of equilibrium of 'p' and '~p'

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