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unpsychological thinking giegerich

Wolfgang Giegerich: … makes our thinking unpsychological by making us wish for, or even need, empirical verification, scientific truth, and systematizations … fantasy of the possibility of heroically breaking out of myth, into “fact,” “truth,” “science”

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