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On Truth and Lies in a Nonmoral Sense (1873) By Friedrich NietzscheOn Truth and Lies in a Nonmoral Sense (1873) By Friedrich Nietzsche
And just as every porter wants to have an admirer, so even the proudest of men, the philosopher, supposes that he sees on all sides the eyes of the universe telescopically focused upon his action and thought
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Wolosky edfn truth and Lie in Emily Dickinson and Friedrich NietzscheWolosky edfn truth and Lie in Emily Dickinson and Friedrich Nietzsche
Not least, there is a contrast of gender and attitudes towards it, with Dickinson's work a major voice articulating senses of women's identities as these were being reshaped in post-Revolutionary America, while in Nietzsche
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Styles in Philosophy: the Case of Carnap1Styles in Philosophy: the Case of Carnap1
In order to get you in the right mood for what I am going to talk about in my paper I would like to start with two quotations everyone of you is familiar with. The texts were published only two years apart from each other
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Classic author of continental philosophy, the target of exercises in a logically inspired criticism of metaphysicsClassic author of continental philosophy, the target of exercises in a logically inspired criticism of metaphysics
Carnap's 'Elimination of Metaphysics Through Logical Analysis of Language'. A retrospective Consideration of the Relationship between Continental and Analytic Philosophy
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