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Wittgenstein on Philosophy, Pt. V – Conclusions

This is the final post in the series about Wittgenstein – what he wished to accomplish with philosophy and a summary of his thoughts. The following are taken from Culture and Value and Philosophical Occasions. “People say again and again that … Continue reading

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Wittgenstein on Philosophy

This post is a response of sorts to Maya: “All Duality is Falsely Imagined.” This comes from Wittgenstein’s The Blue Book which was at first only a manuscript guarded by his students at Cambridge.  It is the most organized of … Continue reading

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Books And Justice

A book – meant to be read.  Ideas to be imparted.  Blueprints for a different world, proof of another soul. Justice – I spoke of unverifiable impossibilities, is this not the same thing?  It is difficult to refute those that … Continue reading

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Why the Fuck am I Doing This? – Addendum, Pt. 2

“…It is true, church membership today is higher than ever before, books on religion become best sellers, and more people speak of God than ever before.  Yet this kind of religious profession only covers up a profoundly materialistic and irreligious … Continue reading

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