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M. A. Numminen sings Wittgenstein's Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus

from Propositions 2 & 3
We picture facts to ourselves.
A picture is a model of reality.
A picture is a fact.
In order to tell whether a picture is true or false we must compare it with reality.
It is impossible to tell from the picture alone whether it is true or false.
There are no pictures that are true a priori.
A logical picture of facts is a thought.
If a thought were correct a priori, it would be a thought whose possibility ensured its truth.
A sign is what can be perceived of a symbol.
If a sign is useless, it is meaningless.
(If everything behaves as if a sign had meaning, then it does have meaning.)
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