Why Clarity Is Important in Philosophy

Many philosophers are very difficult to read. Not because what they write is conceptually difficult to understand (this is subjective) but because of the way they use language. Some philosophers use language in a metaphorical way that has very few ways where a clear picture can be drawn. Much like poetry, the reader fills in…

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