Ludwig Wittgenstein (1889-1951)
- The way of persuasion that does not look like a persuasion -
“When showing an attitude of trying to convert their thoughts with enthusiasm at once, people often put themselves on guard that they don't want any of persuasions. Indeed, it should weaken the effectiveness of persuasions.
The simplest way for the situation with difficulty is a method that makes them consent naturally while explaining to them.
At the time, the strongest words are a conclusive way of speaking as ‘As a matter of fact, it was true’ or ‘Frankly speaking, it was just such a matter.’”
- An expression can be fulfilled by silence, not words -
“Occasionally, there should be matters that words are not helpful simply for expressing a problem. However, you can reveal any matters by silence without words under such a situation.”
- Concise sentences are not a short one -
“Some people frequently try to make their writings short cutting down on the words as simple as possible for suitable expressions. However, if they shorten the number of words, the describing of any matters never become brief.
Originally, a sentence exists for others to read. Then, it is difficult to judge the writings by the amount of the words whether it become brief. On the contrary, making a sentence longer a little with the right amounts results in the success that readers can have it easily.”
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… Wittgenstein is a philosopher of Austria native. In the beginning, after he learned the study of engineering at Berlin and Manchester, studied philosophy and logic at Cambridge. He volunteered for the Austria army, became a prisoner of war in Italy during World War I. He returned to Cambridge after experiencing some occupations, was naturalized as an English citizen, became the professor of philosophy at the University. Wittgenstein prescribed philosophy as a study of criticism against language insisted logical atomism for clarifying the responsive relationship between language and facts under influence of B. Russell. After a while, he reconsidered the thought, found value in analyzing daily languages finally.