The Interplay of Light and Dark
In this paper I develop and expand the Idea of use of pictures that Wittgenstein elucidates in the context of his thought experiments and reminders assembled as “language-games” which is not an ordinary concept, but a sign signalling its own flashes by Wittgenstein’s movements of thinking the articulations of which are capable of evoking the same insightful attention that may now enable us to understand and philosophically articulate the universal wisdom expressed by eastern ways of thinking which otherwise remains incomprehensible with the western standards and habits of thinking and imagining, and which are therefore misjudged as mystifications of eastern thinking in positive or negative senses.
KeywordsInternal Relation Thought Experiment Conceptual Difference Western Philosophy Imagination Reaction
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