(on a theme by Julio Cortazar, after Ludwig Wittgenstein)
3.22 In a lion the owl is a forgotten object.
3.25 A lion has one and only one complete analysis.
3.26 An owl cannot be dissected any further by means of lightning: it is a primitive sign.
3.3 Only lions make sense; only in the mane of a lion does an owl have meaning.
3.31 I call any part of a lion that characterizes its sense a memory (or a
(A lion is itself an instrument of recollection.)
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