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Best read in parallel text,
This review is from: Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus: German and English (International Library of Psychology, Philosophy, & Scientific Method) (Paperback)
This edition of the Tractatus presents Ogden's translation alongside Wittgenstein's original German. If you can read German, this IMO is the edition to get. Wittgenstein is notoriously difficult to translate (some maintain that he is untranslatable) and despite the excellence of Ogdens rendition, there are places in which the original German has, at least to my reading, connotations that the English does not.
As the closing sentence says, "Whereof one cannot speak, thereof one must be silent" - which is as good an excuse as any for my saying no more ;-)