Monday, 16 April 2007

Niceties of truth

"We can gloss 'true' and 'right' in myriad ways. Philosophers will disagree. The point is that for most purposes these disagreements count for nothing, because you, me, Rorty, Foucault etc actually think certain things happened and certain things are wrong and we think these things are not for practical purposes negotiable, though ultimately, as philosophers, everything is."
Blog post today at Talking Philosophy.