Clockwise from top left – Plato, Kant, Nietzsche, Averroes, Confucius, the Buddha
In my last post, I applauded a reader’s search for truth. I concluded that post as follows:
it’s easy to accept the first ideas you’re taught and be done with it. What’s hard is to keep searching and growing and changing, never anchoring as Kazantzakis put it. The search for truth is just so much nobler and humbler than simply affirming the first ideas you encountered.
I still agree with my conclusion but feel compelled to add a few caveats. Continue reading Is Philosophy Dangerous?