There was a book that went over some of these ideas:A philosophical analysis of Buddhist notions : the Buddha and Wittgenstein
, by A.D.P. Kalansuriya (1987).
There's also a 1993 paper by the same author, "The Buddha and Wittgenstein: A brief philosophical exegesis", which concludes by saying that
...it would be fair to say that Buddhism can be best appreciated by using a sotoriological conceptual framework. It would be a mistake to unravel Buddhism through the sole use of epistemological or ontological notions.