Today I would like to get back to the topic I have touched already in my first article about Wittgenstein — about the relation between the language and thinking. In his Tractat, Wittgenstein defines the truthfulness of a statement as follows.

He says that there are only three possible outcomes: true statement, lie, or meaningless statement. For a statement to be true, it has to be possible in the world as we know it and verifiable as true. For a statement to be a lie, it has to be possible in the world as we know it and verifiable as false. For the statement to be meaningless, it has to…