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This is what Wikipedia says about Stephen David Ross He began in American pragmatism, reading it to question itself fundamentally and to entail the inexhaustibility of nature and reason, the mysteriousness of things. But I guess the most famous example would be Jesus : If a man slap you on one cheek turn the other as well ... If a man take your ...


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I'm not a professional in this field, but will offer my perspectives on this. The parts of physics where our intuitions about reality as you put it furnish the wrong answers occur in circumstances so far removed from ordinary human experience that as far as the overall program of philosophy is concerned, they don't matter. This means that recent advances in ...


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Any axiomatic system has serious limitations , see Godel incompleteness theorem and related results. The vagueness of language, on which philosophy is based, is its strength, not its weakness. This is the only way to circumvent the serious limitations imposed by any rigid axiomatic system (which can be modelled by a Turing machine). The notions of ...


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