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Posted by Mike Levine on August 5, 2003 13:17:50 UTC

I guess because I'm so used to distinguishing between so many philosophical positions, that I don't think there is too much new under the sun.


There are always small deviations of an existing viewpoint that can be discovered, but generally we can reference others to our particular viewpoint if we know enough of what's been published.


My ideas fall in line toward internal realism and holistic accounts of truth.


If you know the name of the 'family' of ideas from which you are from, then it is very easy for me to understand your position

Hmm.... you can't understand my position when I explain it to you, but if Dr. Schaffenhauser does it, using a German expression here and there, then you understand it? Now I'm the one who doesn't understand it!

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