Austrian-British Philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein made major contributions to the various fields of philosophy. He also for many years harbored an ambition to write a philosophical work constructed entirely of jokes. For what reason did he never complete this enterprise?

Answer: He finally came to the conclusion that he had no sense of humor.

Source: Oxford Dictionary of Humorous Quotations.

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