Saturday, March 04, 2006

Daniel Dennett
Dennett thinks that when we imagine ourselves acting in sympathy with logic we become logic. Such Nietzschean analogical rhetoric endears him to Brian Leiter, but when physics answers Steven Weinberg's final questions life will go on as before.
We are sensory beings; logic may 'make sense' but it has none.

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