1. Necessity and Intelligibility in the Tractatus
1.1. Possibility and Necessity in the Tractatus
1.2. What's Color Got to Do with It?
1.3. The Myth of 'Hidden Bodies'
1.4. Deflationism and Realism in the Tractatus
2. From Pictures to Yardsticks: The Colorful Transformations of the Tractarian View of Language
2.1. Let the Phenomena Speak for Themselves!
2.2. The Emergence of the Satzsystem Conception of Language
3. The Calculus View of Language: Meaning and Rules
3.1. Rules as Constitutive of Meaning
3.2. Local Holism, Verificationism, and the Proliferation Problem
3.3. Idealizing Language: The Autonomy of Rules
4. The Unbridgeable Gulf between Rule and Application
4.1. Frege on Applicability
4.2. The Internal Relation between Rule and Application
4.3. Is Grammar Up to Me?
5. Internal Relations in Action: Following a Rule versus Conforming with It
5.1. Searching for a Differentia Specifica
5.2. The Irrelevance of Learning: Reasons and Causes
5.3. From Possible Applications to Actual Uses
6. Normativity in Practice: Learning and Techniques
6.1. Psychologism and Logical Madness
6.2. Learning and Necessity
6.3. Back to the Rough Ground!
6.4. The Role of the Community: Contextualism and Quietism in Wittgenstein's Later Philosophy