Philosophy Itself — I

Footnotes to Plato

Plato[for a brief explanation of this ongoing series, as well as a full table of contents, go here]

“Wonder is the feeling of the philosopher, and philosophy begins in wonder.” (Plato)

The central thesis of this book is that philosophy, in a non-trivial sense, makes progress, although that sense is significantly different from that of scientific progress and — I will argue — somewhere closer to progress in mathematics and logic. [1]

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