By Colin Wright

You have got precisely one existence during which to do every thing you’ll ever do. Act for that reason. Act therefore is a philosophical framework written to aid humans turn into the very best model of themselves. instead of presenting a one-size-fits-all code of ideals or behaviors, the guidelines offered during this deliberately concise e-book inspire readers to question their long-held biases, their definition of self belief, their point of self-sustainability, and the measure to which they permit themselves to adapt their ideals over the years. There’s no time just like the current to…act for this reason.

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Are ... propositions of logic". 46 A worthy goal, but in no way achieved by a label which is unexplained and indeed which Russell "do[ es] not know how to define". In his prison document of 1918, Introduction to Mathematical Philosophy (published in 1919), Russell further professes his new-found faith in the tautologousness of logic: All the propositions of logic have a characteristic which used to be expressed by saying that they were analytic, or that their contradictories were self-contradictory.

64 NL, p. 95. 65 NL, p. 98-99. 66 NL, p. 104. 3 and MA where "tautology" occurs: 15 December 1913 (to Russell): The question as to the nature of identity cannot be answered until the nature of tautology has been explained. But that question is fundamental to the whole of logic list die Grundfrage aller Logik]. 24, LRKM p. ) 30 January 1914 (to Moore): Have you ever thought about the nature of a tautology? That's what I am now bothered with. 3, LRKM p. ) 18 February 1914 (to Moore): It ... all turns on the question as to the nature of deduction.

The bracketed references are to the Tractatus. 70 The logic of Frege and Russell. 71 MN, p. 109. The citation in brackets is to the Tractatus. 72 LRKM, p. 30). 73 LRKM, p. 31). [February 1991. Two letters from Russell to Wittgenstein, which were recently found in Vienna, are most instructive. , but it was intelligible to me only in very small measure". In the second, dated 13 August 1919, Russell writes: 74 75 I have now read your book [manuscript of the Tractatus] twice carefully. - There are still points I don't understand - some of them important ones - I send you some queries on separate sheets.

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