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The present article, which deals with Wittgenstein’s conception of truth, attempts to show that, contrary to the prevailing interpretation, the later and the former Wittgenstein’s view of truth was identical. Wittgenstein, as it will be mentioned, regarded truth as a redundant concept throughout his philosophical work, and as a result, he refused to provide a theory about truth. At the end, it is going to clarify that refusal to provide a theoretical formulation about truth does not mean logically being involved in anti-realism, but rather he continued to have a realistic approach.