I. From Eliot Weinberger, "The Cloud Bookcase":
The Identity of BothII. Guy Davenport on Wittgenstein:
by Lo Yin (833-910)
Often confused with The Identity of Both by Wu Yün (d. 778).
It is questionable if when he died he had ever come to any understanding of the number 2. Two what? Two things would have to be identical, which is absurd if identity has any meaning.(The parallels between W. and D. go fairly deep. Perhaps this is a quirk of my reading history but I know Weinberger best from 19 Ways of Looking at Wang Wei, and Davenport from 7 Greeks. That seven and nineteen are both prime is not a separate coincidence, as numbers in this context always are.)