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The Olympia Metaphysics Meetup Message Board › Why metaphysical questions are misleading, Matt Seagall on Wittgenstein

Why metaphysical questions are misleading, Matt Seagall on Wittgenstein

Olympia, WA
Post #: 37
I love this guy!
He is only 23 and in graduate school California Institute for Integral Studies. What a mind. He posts alot of the Alan Watts and Terence McKenna stuff I like, also Ken Wilbur which I don't.
This is an interesting short bit about the philosopher Wittgenstein. It explains very briefly how many of our deepest metaphysical questions arise from semantic traps. I think this is very profound and worth thinking about.
--- Anna.­
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