I plan a thread on Danièle Moyal-Sharrock's Understanding Wittgenstein’s On Certainty, which apparently addresses the pre-predicative and the predicative distinction in an interesting way. I think she's muddled, but the devil will be in the detail. — Banno
Pragmaticism takes the desired end (the good) as the feature with the most power to shape knowledge and society as a whole. — Metaphysician Undercover
Does philosophical pessimism take failure to achieve the desired end as the formative feature of society? — Metaphysician Undercover
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