I thought of a flaw in the very essence of philosophy
Philosophy presuppose that the individualisation of the Whole, which is created by language, corresponds with the Whole as it is, and that it is therefore futile, given that there can be an infinite number of individualisations of the Whole.
What do you think ? Do you think it is reasonable ? Do you think that the language of humans, that the individualisation of the Whole of man, has more "meaning" than another?
By 'the individualisation of the whole', I mean that language creates in the mind a fragmentary vision of the whole of what is perceived