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13 March 2019 (Wed) , 1730-1900
The Transcendent Dao and the Nature of Language
  “The Transcendent Dao and the Nature of Language” Alexus McLeod Associate Professor of Philosophy and Asian/As...
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Skepticism about Philosophy in Late Classical India
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Beyond the “Now”: Epistemic Oppression...
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  • From Philosophical Investigations
  • Ludwig Wittgenstein

Philosophy unravels the knots in our thinking; hence its results must be simple, but its activity is as complicated as the knots that it unravels ”

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