(Sektion 215: Philosophische Untersuchungen von Ludwig Wittgenstein).
215. But is not at least the same the same?
We apparently have an infallible paradigm of identity in the identity of a thing with itself. I want to say: "Here there can't be different interpretations. If he sees a thing, then he also sees identity."
Thus are two things the same when they are as one thing? And how should I apply what the one thing shows (me) to the case of two things?