"For philosophical problems arise when language goes on holiday."
http://sms.cam.ac.uk/media/2175715Wittgenstein twice thought that he had solved all the problems of philosophy, by explaining how language acquires meaning. The first time he said that it does so by its relation to the world; the second time, by its relation to itself. To this second suggestion, the concept of “games” is central. I explain and discuss Wittgenstein’s contributions with “games” focally in view. AC Grayling