On 1.21 of Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus

Reply Wed 22 Nov, 2023 07:48 am
What is the "everything else" that "remain the same" ?
Assuming from 1.2, he is talking about facts, and he says that there are some facts that can neither be the case nor not be the case, and such facts remain the same, if I am not mistaken. I struggle to think of such facts, the facts that cannot be the case or not be the case. Please help me think of any example!
And what does "remaining the same" mean? But I think this question might be answered with some example of such facts.
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Reply Wed 22 Nov, 2023 08:17 am
@Japanse kat,
You can think of "facts" as either e-truths (empirical) or l-truths (linguistic). It is the case that a completely bald man has no hair. It is not the case that the bald king of France has no hair.
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