Could the language utilized in much of philosophy be _causing_ problems that do not exist and do not need to be solved?

Ordinary Language Philosophy vs Analytic:

Could a number of philosophical issues simply “dissolve” away by the use of ordinary rather than specialized language that implies intrinsic properties?

Or to reverse it: Could the language utilized in much of philosophy be _causing_ problems that do not exist and do not need to be solved?

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