If encountering a misreading of Wittgenstein's Tractatus pains me, am I, a rational agent, to infer that one must correctly read the Tractatus and grasp its probable meaning prior to speaking of it in order to qualify as a rational agent per Kantian deontology? What I'm asking is, basically... Are fish planning extinction (ergo silence) in the year 2048 for reasons?
No, one does need need to correctly read Wittgenstein to be rational agent. Deontology is false. Fish aren’t planning anything, I don’t think fish have the capacity to plan.