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INDEX

Objects and possibility, 2.014

are colourless, 2.0232
are referred to by names, 3.203, 3.22
are simple, 2.02
are substance of world, 2.021
are the fixed form of the world, 2.023, 2.026
as determining bounds of empirical reality, 5.5561 (1)
can only be named, 3.221
cannot be asserted, 3.221
common characteristics of, not
shown by similarity of signs, 3.322
configuration of, 3.21
form of, 2.0141
if given, all are given, 5.524 (1)
independence of, 2.0122
occurrence in atomic facts of, 2.012-2.0123
possible infinity of, 4.2211
possibility of connexion with other objects, 2.0121 (4)
senseless to speak of their existence, 4.1272 (5)
senseless to speak of their number, 4.1272 (6)

Obviousness, and deducibility,

Occam's razor, 3.328, 5.47321 (1)

Operations

assert nothing, 5.25 (2)
basis of, 5.21, 5.24 (3), 5.25 (2), 5.251
can cancel out, 5.253, 5.254
characterize difference in forms, 5.24 (a), 5.241
connexion with structure, 5.22, 6.002
defined, 5.23
depend upon formal properties, 5.231
distinct from functions, 5.25 (3)
examples of, 5.2341 (2)
exponent of, 6.021
not relations, 5.42 (1)
number of basic, depends only on our notation, 5.474
occurrence of, does not characterize sense, 5.25 (1)
result of, can be basis of same operations, 5.251
shown in a variable, 5.24 (1)
signs for, are punctuations, 5.4611
successive application of, 5.2521, 5.2523

Ordinary language

all its propositions completely in order, 5.5563
ambiguity of, 3.323
as complicated as the human organism, 4.002 (2)
needs complicated adjustments, 4.002 (5)

Philosophy

an activity, not a theory, 4.112 (2)
and the Darwinian theory, 4.1122
danger of confusion with psychology, 4.1121 (3)
demarcates natural science, 4.113
demarcates the thinkable, 4.114
displays the speakable, 4.115
importance of possibility in, 3.421
in no special relation to psychology, 4. 1121 (1)
is full of confusions, 3.324
its object the logical clarification of thoughts, 4.112 (1)
makes propositions clear, 4.112 (4)
mostly consists of senseless statements, 4.003
not a natural science, 4.111
results in elucidations, 4.112(3)
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