Saturday, September 02, 2006

TBTM20060902



"By the way, the old idea - roughly that of the (great) western philosophers - was that there were two kinds of problem in the scientific sense: essential, big, universal problems and inessential, as it were accidental ones. According to our conception on the other hand we cannot speak in science of a great, essential problem." (Wittgenstein, 1931)

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