Ludwig Wittgenstein quote about happiness from Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus - The world of the happy is quite another than that of the unhappy.
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The world of the happy is quite another than that of the unhappy.
 Ludwig Wittgenstein, Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus (1921). copy citation

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Author Ludwig Wittgenstein
Source Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus
Topic happiness world unhappiness
Date 1921
Language English
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Note Translated by C. K. Ogden
Weblink http://www.gutenberg.org/files/5740/5740-pdf.pdf

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“If good or bad willing changes the world, it can only change the limits of the world, not the facts; not the things that can be expressed in language.
In brief, the world must thereby become quite another, it must so to speak wax or wane as a whole.
The world of the happy is quite another than that of the unhappy.
6.431 OGD [→GER | →P/M] As in death, too, the world does not change, but ceases.
6.4311 OGD [→GER | →P/M] Death is not an event of life. Death is not lived through.
If by eternity is understood not endless temporal duration but timelessness, then he lives eternally who lives in the present.” source

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