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Levi Gallery Madrid-Hamburg, 2001


Wittgenstein spoke of relations between simple objects rather than between composite objects and atomic facts. He himself was unable to offer any examples of atomic facts, nor was able to tell what was a simple object, but believed that the very possibility of the analysis required the existence of such things, providing both the language and structure of the world.


Ray Monk ("Ludwig Wittgenstein")