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Ludwig Wittgenstein

The limits of language are the limits of one’s world.



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As an engineer with an official degree in software engineering, I am primarily interested in science and technology. I enjoy reading literature of many genres, and I especially like those from human behavior, sociology, history, and, should I say, science

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