Some Reflections on Diderot’s Paradox
Truly original intellectual work is produced less frequently than we may think. Each century produces few arguments that are as fascinating and seemingly original as Descartes’ Cogito or Anselm’s Ontological Proof. The profoundly original often has a somewhat treacherous simplicity to it.
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