As Wittgenstein says and extol, Chapter-1 Kirno Sohochari

1.1: “Whereof one cannot speak, thereof one must be silent.”

Moral of the Quote to me: Existence perhaps began from the singularity but the expression and communication are not like that. Words are not linear and signal of communication through the language is multidimensional.

1.2: “For an answer which cannot be expressed the question too cannot be expressed./ The riddle does not exist./ If a question can be put at all, then it can also be answered.”

Moral of the Quote to me: Answer of any question depends on the question you raised to me. The validity of Answer hides behind the validity of Question. We are untold as if we do not raise the Question. Question is the beginning of “Knowing” and Answer is the reply of our performance in the world.


1.3: “Language disguises the thought; so that from the external form of the clothes one cannot infer the form of the thought they clothe, because the external form of the clothes is constructed with quite another object than to let the form of the body be recognized.”

Moral of the Quote to me: Language is the sign of your existence. You cannot disclose your validity without it but you do not ensure that the validity is truthful as language try to represent itself. The science of language depends on the science of thought where trillions of neuron cell are interacting for greater interest. It is the interest for generating the expression of thought. You cannot ensure that the external form of the signals is quite authentic. Your style of explanation throughout the words perhaps significant but you need to remember that your valued words always left some doubt over there. Language when tie up your thought in the cage of “Knowing” it could be freed up you from that cage. You are indeed a dual person because of your linguistic gesture where you always hide something knowingly and unknowingly. Your language is intentional to hide something from you and that’s why the doubt and confusion to the true existence never ends while.

1.4: “I give no sources, because it is indifferent to me/ whether what I have thought has already been/ thought before me by another.”

Moral of the Quote to me: You could applause to you that your thought of expression is unprecedented. My dear friend, you perhaps novel due to your being of existence but your thoughts are not like that. Your thought is nothing new or unique, the style and presentation makes it newish. Your thought is as oldie as the earth is. The existence is oldies as oldies the creation is. You look newish because your existence getting the alternative beyond over time. Words are reborn with new style and approaches by the changing of time. You write nothing new in the blank page of universe, because the page is not blank. Words are swept out from the page indeed but they return with you and write down their existence by wearing a new clothe. Clothe is new but the thought is not. They ripe out at the beginning moment when the first men feel urge to express his desire with the words that, “Who I am?”

1.5: “Everything that can be thought at all can be thought clearly. Everything that can be said can be said clearly.”

Moral of the Quote to me: This quote makes contradiction with the quote number 1.3. When words and language disguises the thought, how it could be possible to express your thought clearly! The science of language truly subjected on the signaling process of neuron cell and it is difficult to guess what will outburst at the end of your expression. Words are the true slave of “Performance” and “Competence”. The feeling of words and exhibition of them are perhaps not same at all. I want to express my desire of lust to you and perhaps I restrained my thought due to the “Social Norms of Life”. My words are flying like an uncommitted bird but it could not be steadfast to be uncommitted. My desire of expression always hide the true desire when it outburst to you. The phenomenon of “Clear Thought” is fairy and mystic as the desire of “saying clearly”. You appreciate yourself that yet you are not able to speak clearly. When you are able to do this, your words will die on that day.

Continued to the next Chapter

As Wittgenstein says and extol, Chapter-2