The confusions which occupy us arise when language is like an engine idling, not when it is doing work.
It is not our aim to refine or complete the system of rules for the use of our words in unheard-of ways.
For the clarity we are aiming at is indeed complete clarity. But this simply means that the philosophical problems should completely disappear.
The real discovery is the one that makes me capable of stopping doing philosophy when I want to. —The one that gives philosophy peace, so that it is no longer tormented by questions which bring itself in question. —Instead, we now demonstrate a method, by examples; and the series of examples can be broken off. —Problems are solved (difficulties eliminated), not a single problem.
There is not a philosophical method, though there are indeed methods, like different therapies.— Wittgenstein (PI I.132-3)