Don’t worry if you don’t understand WTF. Neither does anyone else, including your professors.
Just quote them ever-so-importantly.
Remember the well-written yet incomprehensible quote I sent your way once? That was from Anthony Wilden’s System and Structure.
That book is worth the getting-your-hands-on, if you can find a cheap copy.
And worth the reading of, in snippets, a few paragraphs at s time. He’s a bit if a stylist and does have something to say.
Ignore everything he says that has anything to do with Marx, Freud, or psychology tho. He was out of his depth, behind the times, and plain wrong, about those topics even when the book was published.
He had to do that, was made that way I guess; and the next gen had to build on that, as Kant built in what was there already
But these are insights into one way of looking at language and thought and truth; .
They are not language and thought and truth, and are not those, delineated or described, either.
That stuff does assist a bit in the real world where we work with concepts we can use. Social psychology, cognitive studies, linguistics, cultural anthropology, logic and language, etc, all have traces of these sorts of “great thinkers” in them.
Knowledge and conceptualization are a slow businesses. And ever expanding.
In the meantime, if you deal with that stuff, enjoy it.