Tuesday, July 9, 2019

On The Problem of Contradictions

It is easy to proclaim that contradictions cannot exist in nature, but it is impossible to resolve the contradictions in your own philosophy. There is not a single philosophy in the last three years that is not full of contradictions. The process of identifying the contradictions in the work of a good philosopher can involve a multitude of scholars working over a period of centuries—these contradictions are never resolved. The contradictions cannot be resolved. A philosophy without contradictions is not possible to mankind. The quest for a philosophy free from contradictions is as futile as the quest for the mythical city of gold, El Dorado.

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