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Wash Out Your Mouth!
Below I copied a quote in response to the final question in Optimistic Musings: – If you couldn’t use the word God, what word would you use? Christian piety makes a strange image of the object of devotion, “Jesus Christ, … Continue reading
Fragments from Wittgenstein’s Culture and Value
“Are all men great? No. – Well then, how can you have any hope of being a great man! Why should something be bestowed on you that’s not bestowed on your neighbor? To what purpose? If it isn’t your wish … Continue reading
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