Yep. The lecture presented the view that Wittgenstein had explained away most of philosophy—in his own words, that he had resolved all philosophical problems.
How silly of Wittgenstein! Didn’t he know that Hegel had already completed philosophy?
Oh, Hegel. I remember a lecture where the professor read from Hegel’s Wissenschaft der Logik like it was a holy scripture. When he was finished, he looked up and said: “With this, everything is said”. I didn’t understand anything, it was a jungle of words like being and not-being and becoming and how one thing becomes the other. I said that I didn’t understand anything, and what did the lecturer reply with a smile? “It’s good you don’t understand it!” I seriously had the intense urge to shout at him, but instead I just didn’t show up anymore.