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Many points of discrepancy are noteworthy. First, if the paradoxes of PI §98 are instances of problems arising from our failure to command a clear view of ‘the use of our words’, and if comparing ‘our notation’ with a different one exemplifies the strategy of making perspicuous a particular use of one of ‘our words’ (PI §99), then the method of constructing perspicuous representations (or specifying objects of comparison) is inseparable from the task of dissolving particular philosophical problems.
27 One which is prominent in many texts is what he called ‘Augustine’s conception of language’ (§4, cf. §1). According to this schema, a difference in the meanings of two words must always be explained by reference to a difference between the two objects which they severally stand for, and a difference between the uses of two sentences must be accounted for by reference to a difference between the two facts which they severally describe. In adopting ‘this general notion of the meaning of a word’ (§5), we are asking for the expression ‘This word signifies this’ to be made part of the description [of the use of any word].
Unacknowledged or unconscious ways of looking at symbolism (or ‘our grammar’). e. different forms of representations of forms of representation) is distinctive of what he called ‘our method’, and it clarifies why he held out the hope of demonstrating a method by means of examples (§133). To make sense of the phrases ‘our form of representation’ and ‘our way of looking at things’ in this context presupposes that there are other contrasting forms of representation and other ways of looking at ‘our grammar’.