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[catalogued under 5. Theory of Logic / A. Overview of Logic / 1. Overview of Logic]

Full Idea

In logic nothing is hidden.

Gist of Idea

In logic nothing is hidden


Ludwig Wittgenstein (Lectures 1930-32 (student notes) [1931], B XII.3)

Book Reference

Wittgenstein,Ludwig: 'Lectures in Cambridge 1930-32', ed/tr. Lee,Desmond [Blackwell 1980], p.54

A Reaction

If so, then the essence of logic must be there for all to see. The rules of natural deduction are a good shot at showing this.