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Dummett points out that this view avoids the absurd consequence that no undecidable proposition is intelligible, but leads to rejection of the principle of bivalence and of the law of excluded middle and calls for a detailed explanation of what is meant by saying that a proposition can be justified.
Both flow from a strong verificationist view of mathematics held by Wittgenstein in his middle period, and this also explains his views on the law of excluded middle and consistency.
Sections XVII-XX concern the implications for the principle of bivalence, the law of excluded middle, and the principle of noncontradiction.