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The Greeks, with their truly healthy culture, have once and for all justified philosophy simply by having engaged in it, and havin ...
What verse is for the poet, dialectical thinking is for the philosopher. He grasps for it in order to get hold of his own enchantm ...
Science rushes headlong, without selectivity, without "taste," at whatever is knowable, in the blind desire to know all at any cos ...
Words are but symbols for the relations of things to one another and to us; nowhere do they touch upon absolute truth.
Modern labor-saving devices eliminated drudgery, not labor. Before industrialization, women fed, clothed, and nursed their familie ...
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