A century ago, Ludwig Wittgenstein changed philosophy forever.
Wittgenstein’s field of interest is mainly language, communication, and the truth behind people’s interactions and understanding each other’s.
He said “What we can’t tell, should kept silent”; something to remind us the limit of language and the limit of the world.
In his quest for limits, he decided to enrol in the WWI to experience life when faced to death and that changed him for good.
This article describes the troubled and troubling thinker that he is and the main ideas of his theory:
“How the War Made Wittgenstein the Philosopher He Was ‹ Literary Hub” https://lithub.com/how-the-war-made-wittgenstein-the-philosopher-he-was/