Why Logic Fails When Describing Abstract Ideas

Quite recently on the forum, there was an excellent thread about the life and work of Ludwig Wittgenstein. Although the man himself was fascinating, this article was simply inspired by his questioning of language and logic. If you wish to read more about the man himself and the subsequent discussion, check out the thread here.
How do we know what we can’t know? Let’s think it through, step by step.
Physical Existence

We can describe everything that physically exists with language. For instance, I can describe the shirt I am currently wearing. It is a grey, crew neck, long sleeved shirt made out Read More

Source: Return of Kings