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Saturday, September 5, 2020

The Fate of a Closed Philosophy

A closed system of philosophy does not change willingly, and if it’s ruled by a confederacy of dunces (unwise and bureaucratic people), then it becomes all the more incapable of noticing its errors, examining new knowledge, reacting to new philosophical developments, and answering the questions posed by their detractors. Thus they become destined to fester within the walls of their closed fortress—they decline in isolation until all trace of them is extinguished.

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