John Austin quotes

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Certainly, then, ordinary language is not the last word: in
principle it can everywhere be supplemented and improved upon, an
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Words are not (except in their own little corner) facts or things;we need therefore to prise them off the world, to hold them apar ...
Our common stock of words embodies all the distinctions men have found worth drawing, and the connections they have found worth ma ...
In the history of human inquiry, philosophy has the place of the initial central sun, seminal and tumultuous; from time to time it ...
To suppose that "I know" is a descriptive phrase, is only one example of the descriptive fallacy, so common in philosophy. Even if ...
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