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AbstractThis paper reconsiders the notion that Nagarjuna and Wittgenstein's Tractatus may only be seen as comparable under a shared ineffability thesis, that is, the idea that reality is impossible to describe in sensible discourse. Historically, Nagarjuna and the early Wittgenstein have both been widely construed as offering either metaphysical theories or attempts to refute all such theories. Instead, by employing an interpretive framework based on a 'resolute' reading of the Tractatus, Idoi:10.1007/s11841-020-00804-6 fatcat:fjz2f6j3k5hyzkquw2572ovjlu