"'Uncircumscribed,' unbounded, and 'blurred,' the concepts and words of ordinary language are marked by ambiguity." -- Wittgenstein  

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"Uncircumscribed", "unbounded", "blurred", "vagueness" are words found in Philosophical Investigations by Wittgenstein when he refers to ordinary language.

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