Have you ever wondered what a Wittgenstinian word-bomb is? Well, search no more, this is by far the most excellent one:
“…if a man could write a book on Ethics which really was a book on Ethics, this book would, with an explosion, destroy all the other books in the world.”
“…we have not yet succeeded in finding the correct logical analysis of what we mean by our ethical and religious expressions. Now when this is urged against me I at once see it clearly, as it were in a flash of light [most likely from the aforementioned explosion], not only that no description that I can think of would do to describe what I mean by absolute value, but that I would reject every significant description that anybody could possibly suggest, ab initio, on the ground of its significance.”
And that’s that. I cannot explain this, for “whereof one cannot speak, thereof one must be silent.” I could, however, show it.