Wittgenstein’s thought again comes alive when he considers religion as transcendental and incomprehensible and the only ground of religious belief is its groundlessness and simultaneously this groundlessness or the lack of evidence does not weaken a religious belief rather it enhances its value because it is engrained in heart and soul. When a man realizes this worth of religion, he no longer remains violent against another religious believer but he creates a harmony which is natural as well as transcendental.
Sunday, February 27, 2011
Wttgenstein Interpreted on Religious Harmony
From a review of Religious Beliefs, Superstitious and Wittgenstein by K. C. Pandey: