A History of Errors
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The reason I wrote this work is not for the perverted delight of academians who conjure philosophy for the sake of explaining away modality in formal logic by the use of geometric shapes like squares and diamonds. This philosophical method and its conclusions are based on two primary principles: that (1) properly speaking, philosophy and knowledge in general are -practical- and (2) human excellence is -possible-. . . . The final title of this work was inspired by Shakespeare's -Comedy of Errors-. The word "history" is from a Greek word meaning "knowledge obtained by enquiry". In addition to its more familiar meaning, "error" (or, rather "err") is from the Indo-European base er- which means "wandering about". (from the Prelude)
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