July 23, 2017

The ineffable

APOLOGIA
By Hendrik van der Breggen
July 23, 2017

The ineffable









(Hendrik van der Breggen, PhD, is associate professor of philosophy at Providence University College. The views expressed here do not always reflect the views of Providence.)

5 comments:

Zach Reimer said...

Although your example is strikingly concise, I fail to see past your ostensive definition of the tabula rasa approach to this recondite doctrine.

Hendrik van der Breggen said...

Your reason is blinding you, Grasshopper. Don't think, don't even try to see. Just let what-is be what-is-not and what-is-not be what-is (all at the same time and in the same respect). To help you get started on this incredible journey, please send me your credit card number (and PIN) and I will send you my lengthy new eBook The Ineffable!!!

Hendrik van der Breggen said...

P.S. Zach, it's good to hear from you!

Jordan Wiebe said...

I'm applauding this post (but I'm only using one hand...)

Hendrik van der Breggen said...

Ha, the old one-hand-making-a-sound-only-two-hands-can-make! Clearly you too should send me your credit card info to purchase my new eBook! P.S. Good to hear from you Jordan!