Saturday, April 25, 2009


Erich Heller on Wittgenstein:

He could not but have contempt for philosophers who "did" philosophy and, having done it, thought of other things: money, lists of publications, academic advancements, university intrigues, love affairs, or the Athenaeum - and thought of these things in a manner which showed even more clearly than the products of their philosophical thought that they had philosophized with much less than their whole person.
The sight of a thought that was detachable from a man filled him with loathing.

Kenneth Parcell:

Strawberries! Dick Whitman!

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