TRACTATUS | TLP | SEL004 | LUDWIG WITTGENSTEIN
|| PROPOSITION || #2 || 2.03 THRU 2.063 ||
|| 2.03 || In a state of affairs objects fit into one another like the links of a chain .
|| 2.031 || In a state of affairs objects stand in a determinate relation to one another .
|| 2.032 || The determinate way in which objects are connected in a state of affairs is the structure of the state of affairs .
|| 2.033 || Form is the possibility of structure .
|| 2.034 || The structure of a fact consists of the structures of states of affairs .
|| 2.04 || The totality of existing states of affairs is the world .
|| 2.05 || The totality of existing states of affairs also determines which states of affairs do not exist .
|| 2.06 || The existence and non-existence of states of affairs is reality .
( We also call the existence of states of affairs a positive fact , and their non-existence a negative fact . )
|| 2.061 || States of affairs are independent of one another .
|| 2.062 || From the existence or non-existence of one state of affairs it is impossible to infer the existence or non-existence of another .
|| 2.063 || The sum-total of reality is the world .
SOURCE | SATYAVEDISM.ORG