Matt H

Kant See the Forrest for All of the Trees

Matt H

Kant See the Forrest for All of the Trees

The title describes the idea that philosophers couldn't see beyond their own bias, and they couldn't accept the evidences right in front of them in plain view, when developing their philosophical arguments. They waxed eloquent while deconstructing truth in order to arrive at a 'new reality' all the while turning a blind eye to real world experiences.

Anyway, I thought it was also a good title because when I'm in the forrest, I really do have a hard time seeing the forrest for all of the trees- there's just so much chaos and disorder, that finding areas of itnerest in the forrest is a lot harder than one woudl think- it's only when you begin to look for what's plainly there in front of you, really look, that you begin to see what should have been obviosu right from the start

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