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Alternatively, propositions assert the existence or nonexistence of facts. Since facts are the fundamental parts of " " the world, it would be impossible to define fact without A a of fact be as combination described may circularity. This differs from the Aristotelian conception of objects. fact only in so far as a fact may be of any conceivable in Wittgenstein's philosophy, whereas any Aristotelian philosophy (for metaphysical reasons) limits " facts to the inherence of something in something else ".

Properties proposition form that the proposition expresses a sense. proposition of the It is in virtue of this The sense of the of the fact which distinguish between the is the possibility it represents. sense of a necessary to proposition, the truth of a proposition, and the proposition itself. The delineation of the concept " sense " shows this It is very clearly. That which the picture represents is its sense. The proposition neither is identical with its sense nor does it contain its sense.

Common features between the two facts by virtue of which one can picture the other are (a) a common logical form, : a one-one correlation between the objects comprising the respective facts. Wittgenstein believes that this relationship cannot be further explained. In Russell's logic, however, (6) it is possible to express the community of structure of two Let x, y and z,w be two pairs of objects, the first united in an jR-way and the second in an 5-way, thus xRy and zSw. Now the necessary and sufficient conditions that R and 5 possess the same structure are There is a correlator facts.

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