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Wittgenstein somehow managed to suck all of western philosophy into his head and came up with this. That's not true if you mean it in the literal sense, that he was a student of philosophy.
He really wasn't; he hadn't read much philosophy (having been an engineer/mathematician), but he did jump in and criticize contemporary ideas and managed to.
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