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To develop an empiricist account of science is to depict it as involving a search for truth only about the empirical world, about ...
Those who have handled sciences have either been men of experiment or men of dogmas. The men of experiment are like the ant; they ...
Hebraism contains no eternal realm of essence, which Greek philosophy was to fabricate, through Plato, as affording the intellectu ...
Philosophy can be compared to some powders that are so corrosive that, after they have eaten away the infected flesh of a wound, t ...
Seeing our common-sense conceptual framework for mental phenomena as a theory brings a simple and unifying organization to most of ...
It is a commonplace that all religion expresses itself in mythological or metaphorical terms; it says one thing and means another; ...
A philosophy can and must be worked out with the greatest rigour and discipline in the details, but can ultimately be founded on n ...
In many ways chess ... is very like philosophy. Both have long histories which most practitioners are aware of and frequently cons ...
You may decry some of these scruples and protest that there are more things in heaven and earth than are dreamt of in my philosoph ...
Any effort in philosophy to make the obscure obvious is likely to be unappealing, for the penalty of failure is confusion while th ...
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