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For many people today, it seems so! I'm not much into Stoicism myself, but I am always surprised when I use "philosophy" as a search term in, say, book markets, to see how much Stoicism pops up. As a popular book topic on the "philosophy" shelf, it seems to rival "The Art of War" and "Atlas Shrugged," which inclines me ...


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In this problem, I think the classic answer is L. Wittgenstein's book "Philosophical Investigations" and "on Certainty". If you need more formal answers, then you can read J. L. Austin's "How to do things with words" and J. R. Searle's "Speech Acts". Of course, those are the works of ordinary language school. I guess You can get more informations on ...


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AE (George Russell) was an Irish poet, not so well-known as Yeats Here is the last verse of one of his poems We must rise or we must fall: Love can know no middle way: If the great life do not call, There is sadness and decay. Clearly a philosophical statement; which I shall refrain from explaining! Then of course there's William Blake Who a ...


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