Umberto Eco Quote

Philosophies can be judged, at most, on the grounds of the perspicacity with which they decide that something is worthy of becoming the starting point for a global explanatory hypothesis.


Semiotics and the Philosophy of Language (1984)

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Philosophies can be judged, at most, on the grounds of the perspicacity with which they decide that something is worthy of becoming the starting...

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Philosophies can be judged, at most, on the grounds of the perspicacity with which they decide that something is worthy of becoming the starting...

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Philosophies can be judged, at most, on the grounds of the perspicacity with which they decide that something is worthy of becoming the starting...

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Philosophies can be judged, at most, on the grounds of the perspicacity with which they decide that something is worthy of becoming the starting...