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I'm almost done with my 130 final. Now I can start rereading Anscomb for my paper. Wittgenstein's assertion is that you can hold a false belief without having made a mistake. I don't see what the problem is or how this implies any kind of idealism. You can speak falsely without lying, but the fact that you weren't lying doesn't make whatever you said true. But I can't make that last 6 pages.


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