ABSTRACT. Wittgenstein moves away from depictions of our relation of the world as one of confinement, rejecting the idea that we must get over to the world from a purely subjective starting point. Wittgenstein observes that it makes no sense, with appropriate explanation, to speak of the component shapes as simples or parts or wholes. Wittgenstein observes that it makes no sense to speak of something as simple or complex absolutely.


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