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Ludwig Wittgenstein Quotes
“The limits of my language means the limits of my world.”
The Ludwig Wittgenstein's quote says that the higher the linguistic ability, the fewer the world's limitations, and vice versa.
Being good with words coincides with knowing them. Knowing many words and languages is no small skill we must have if we want to improve ourselves in social or work situations.
In fact, with high language skills, we can, for example, better describe a problem, an idea, a solution, and many other things. If we can make the best use of our words, our goals become much easier to achieve.
So we need to read books, magazines, and information and learn more and more about the use and facets of each word. The world of language is vast, but the more we know about it, the more we grasp the real world.
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