Wednesday, August 21, 2013

philosophy for good

I want to pursue a philosophically-informed notion of "the" Good relative to interest in durability of philosophical work after metaphysicalism. Given that there's no eternal Order to Our evolving (other than the evolving of developed senses of Order), what's the "nature" of philosophy such that discursive inquiry may durably contribute to Our evolving?

This is a vague question with an impossibly conclusive answer. But it's a useful question (good for inquiry), and pursuing it can be fruitful (importantly practical).

And maybe practical inquiry can lead into a large scale project that’s worthwhile.

[To be continued]