Ideas from 'Philosophical Grammar' by Ludwig Wittgenstein [1932], by Theme Structure

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6. Mathematics / A. Nature of Mathematics / 1. Mathematics
In mathematics everything is algorithm and nothing is meaning
21. Aesthetics / B. Aesthetic Experience / 1. Beauty
Consider: "Imagine this butterfly exactly as it is, but ugly instead of beautiful"