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Whenever a man acts purposively, he acts under a belief in some experimental phenomenon. Consequently, the sum of the experimental ...
One will meet, for example, the virtual assumption that what is relative to thought cannot be real. But why not, exactly? Red is r ...
Generality is, indeed, an indispensable ingredient of reality; for mere individual existence or actuality without any regularity w ...
Do you call it doubting to write down on a piece of paper that you doubt? If so, doubt has nothing to do with any serious business ...
The reason that I call my doctrine logical atomism is because the atoms that I wish to arrive at as the sort of last residue in an ...
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