The previous chapter was a paean to exactness. But it was also a reminder that form without content is philosophically and practically insignificant, which explains the barrenness of logical imperialism. To make a difference, philosophers must say something original, reasonable, and inspiring about matter, change, mind, value, knowledge, action, justice, or their cognates.
Bunge, M. (2016). Systemic materialism, in Between two worlds, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 245-277.
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