“It perplexes us that there is no moment at which the thought of a sentence is completely present….”

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“It perplexes us that there is no moment at which the thought of a sentence is completely present. Here we see that we are comparing the thought with a thing that we manufacture and possess as a whole. … We are misled by a plausible simile.”

Ludwig Wittgenstein, Philosophical Grammar

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