Certain systematic philosophies have asserted not only the natural everlastingness of their postulates (Descartes) but, more provocatively, the finality of their truths, their capacity to end history. This is, famously, the case of Hegel and more ...

p.2.0 - Certain systematic philosophies have asserted not only the natural everlastingness of their postulates (Descartes) but, more provocatively, the finality of their truths, their capacity to end history. This is, famously, the case of Hegel and more ...

p.2.1 - The main point: According to René Descartes, there should be an everlasting essence to an idea that is very distinct and different from spoken language.

p.2.2 - Derridean Statement: It's a very interesting thought to think how truth ends history. And we think to our past without remembering what we haven't forgotten.

p.2.3 - Sentiments: 

         p.2.3.1 - Steven Pinker's view aligns with Descartes on the language animal debate.

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p.2.4 - Further reading: Anything from
 
p.2.5 - Existential Statement of Futurity: It would be great to craft a reality tailored to
 
p.2.6 - QUESTION: 

p.2.7 - Best Answer: 

p.2.8 - MOBIUS: - In this case, the cyclical nature of this influence spanned

p.2.9 - TAGS: Jacques Derrida, René Descartes, Hegel
 
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