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Fr. 879

April 8, 2019

Philosophy is not a matter of the intellect no more than it is a measure of one’s cleverness. Rather, it is an endeavour for the will. Doing philosophy consists in willing oneself to do what one could not do before, to see and to make seen what was previously unseen, to overcome the ideologies that direct our thinking in and about the world. In a word, to do philosophy is to have the courage to conceive the world otherwise.

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