“One view about how to write a philosophy book holds that an author should think through all of the details of the view he presents, and its problems, polishing and refining his view to present to the world a finished, complete, and elegant whole. This is not my view. At any rate, I believe that there also is a place and a function in our ongoing intellectual life for a less complete work, containing unfinished presentations, conjectures, open questions and problems, leads, side connections, as well as a main line of argument. There is room for words on subjects other than last words” (Robert Nozick).
Este fragmento está a modo de introducción o de raison-d’être, si se quiere, de un blog por demás interesante
y en un nivel que aún no alcanzo como para hacer una crítica “que haga justicia”. Espero puedan extraer la sustancia que merece.