Hot philosophy take: The big difference between the early and late Wittgenstein is that the early Wittgenstein thought that a picture is supposed to have a single interpretation that can be communicated between interested parties, whereas the later Wittgenstein realized that this can never actually happen.
I came to the world for the facts, but it turns out I can only have pictures of facts. This is some shit.
Look how different philosophers are from one another:
Wittgenstein’s last words (upon hearing that friends are coming to visit him): “Tell them I’ve had a wonderful life”
Kierkegaard’s were “My life is a great, to others unknown and incomprehensible suffering.”
Seems that Wittgenstein and Kierkegaard are the modern version of the laughing and the crying philosopher.