Within the nineteenth century, the historical past of philosophy turns into the heritage of a specific technology. smooth philosophical historiography is an ambivalent venture. at the one hand, we discover an affirmative notion of Bildung via culture and old perception; at the different, there arises a severe mirrored image on historic schooling within the mild of an rising critique of recent tradition. The ebook deals a complete evaluate of the talk.

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Today's people are very pragmatic; they don't give a penny on my neutrosophic arguments, nor on your anti-neutrosophic ones! Only for money they are caring... That's the crisis of the modern man's crisis! Neutrosophic nature envelops everything. Jacques Derida's ideology: the death of all ideologies! Metaphysical sentences are neither true nor false, because they don't assert anything; they don't contain consciousness nor errors (Rudolf Carnap). It's easy to forget something important, but it's harder to forget something not important!

26 Neutrosophy in Arabic Philosophy - "Come, my soul said, let's write poems for my body, for we are One" (Walt Whitman). - Finite is infinite [see the microinfinity]. g) Law of Identities' Disjointedness: The permanent fight between and (different shades of ). Examples: - The permanent fight between absolute truth and relative truth. - The distinction between crisp false and neutrosophic false (the second one means a combination of falsity, indeterminacy, and truth degrees). h) Law of Compensation: If now, then later Examples: - Any loss / Has its gain [meaning later it will be better, because you learned from the loss].

That's why I philosophize... I try not to find a system. - Today's people are very pragmatic; they don't give a penny on my neutrosophic arguments, nor on your anti-neutrosophic ones! Only for money they are caring... That's the crisis of the modern man's crisis! Neutrosophic nature envelops everything. Jacques Derida's ideology: the death of all ideologies! Metaphysical sentences are neither true nor false, because they don't assert anything; they don't contain consciousness nor errors (Rudolf Carnap).

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