[S]trict construction merely makes it very hard to err, bias, and deceive: it’s a process of falsification. A test. What survives the test is a truth candidate.
I’m not arrogant when I say that there is one category of philosophy prior to Propertarianism, and on category of philosophy after. Justificationism is now dead if it wasn’t dead becasue of Popper.
And the reason I’m merging philosophy with science, and destroying rationalism is simple: philosophy has been used largely to lie.
End Lying Into The Commons.
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