Casey Kelly ≠ Ludwig Wittgenstein

Austrian philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein writes — or wrote, ca. 1921 — in his Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus (proposition 6.22) that “the logic of the world which the propositions of logic show in tautologies, mathematics shows in equations.”

In response to — and, perhaps, in spirited negation of — Wittgenstein’s declaration, American baseballing prospect Casey Kelly submits this via his Twitter computer:

To which sentiment Kelly adds in his next Tweet: “Vienna Circle? More like Vienna Apeirogon if you ask me!”

Thank you to Ben Carsley, whose chain the hottest girls in the game are undoubtedly wearing.




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RationalSportsFan
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4 years 8 months ago

Kelly = Later Wittgenstein

Meaning is use. Apparently the only use he gets out of girls is being confused.

mattymatty2000
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4 years 8 months ago

One better: Wittgenstein never sported, nor could pull off, a “faux hawk” let alone old person post-eye surgery wrap-around sunglasses.

Point Kelly!

dudley
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dudley
4 years 8 months ago

naw, Pythagoras figured this shit out 2,500 years ago. girls = 2.

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