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Competency- Kenneth Smith

  • Jan 3, 2014 · 12:00 PM

Should a reasonable person not demand that philosophy should not be foolishly purveyed before people incompetent to see the point of it, as pearls before swine? For Nietzsche is utterly correct: philosophy is only for the healthy and whole-minded, the sick it has always only made even sicker. By means of philosophy they dig themselves even deeper into their pathetic delusions.

Dr. Kenneth Smith is a writer, columnist, philosopher, retired teacher and artist. Dr. Smith has agreed to meet with us and give an interactive seminar on this philosophical issue.

The online Meetup is on Skype. Contact me, and I will include you in the call.

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