Every philosophy endeavors to be as comprehensive as possible, and when philosophers speak they do so for the whole world. But their critics have long ago recognized that, although they usually have something to say, what is genuine is something less than they have supposed. So long as philosophies are limited, rival claimants may both speak for the truth; and this is no less the case when one truth is narrower than another.
KeywordsExternal World Experimental Science Ordinary Language Subjective Perspective Greek Philosophy
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