This makes him just as critical towards his own attempts at word-magic as towards Heraclitus.
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Braithwaite f. The Alice-books raise an awareness for the pit- falls of written language, pitfalls that in our everyday life hardly ever produce any problems, yet lie at the very heart of philosophical discourse.
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