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english  Philosophy ought really to be written only as a poetic composition. --Wittgenstein

Greg D. Rothman, 19.09.2003, 03:09
Original: english  Philosophy ought really to be written only as a poetic composition. --Wittgenstein (Some Say Poem), 10.09.2003, 02:49



         All writing, with the exception of some profesionalized reports, requires part of the author.  Philosophy as systamatic as possible remains part of the creators mind and continues to manifest their being.  
         Furthermore, philosophic writings can asertain a multitude of forms; the above example of poetry, short stories, novels.  I will even claim that many movies contain underlying philisophical pretextes.


Greg D. Rothman
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