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Mauricio Suárez

This is a lovely post and in response I can only say: i) it really made me want to read the book, and ii) most of what most philosophers spend most of their time thinking about strikes me as infinitely less important than either 1), 2) or 2a) - except to the extent that we succeed in turning our relationship to philosophy into just this kind of transformative love affair. (Some of us try hard, and fail most of the time).

Eric Schliesser

Thank you for your kind comments!

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