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This is why, in the matter of interpretation, "facts" are such dangerous 
critters as objects of knowledge. They'll always eat a whole in the 
fact-collector's bucket.

Ken A

Chokh Raj wrote:
> /Philosophy and Poetry: vis-a-vis the absolute and the not-so-absolute  /
> // 
>  
> "We are certain of everything - relatively, and of nothing - positively".
>  
> 'Every experience is a paradox in that it means to be absolute, and 
> yet is relative; 
>  in that it somehow always goes beyond itself and yet never escapes 
> itself.'
>  
>  -- TS Eliot, ' Knowledge and Experience in the Philosophy of FH Bradley'
>  
>  
> *The Poetic Strategy*
> By Hilary Lawson
> Centre for Literature and Philosophy
> University of Sussex, 2008
> http://www.sussex.ac.uk/clp/resources/poeticstrategy#_edn17 
>  
> Darkling I listen ;-) 
>  
> CR