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used in Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance

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  • Kant is trying to save scientific empiricism from the consequences of its own self-devouring logic.
    Part 2 (41% in)
  • Sometimes full of wild enthusiasm, sometimes depressed, sometimes angry, sometimes even humorous, he is like someone or some creature that has found an exit from a cage he did not even know was around him, and is wildly roaming over the countryside visually devouring everything in sight.
    Part 2 (29% in)
  • He wrote in one paper, "These estheticians think their subject is some kind of peppermint bonbon they're entitled to smack their fat lips on; something to be devoured; something to be intellectually knifed, forked and spooned up bit by bit with appropriate delicate remarks and I'm ready to throw up.
    Part 3 (19% in)

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