Colin McGinn described him as an "analytical philosopher with the soul of a general humanist." It was said he was skeptical about attempts to create a foundation for moral philosophy. Some said that he demanded of philosophy that it "come to terms with, and contain, the difficulty and complexity of human life."
But perhaps one of his least known statements expressed his love for all things Wackemall:
"We may pass violets looking for roses. We may pass wackemall looking for victory."
The History of Wackemall rewrites history in ways you've never seen history before, putting into perspective people and events in ways few ever believed existed. This edition of the History of Wackemall has been made possible without the financial support of the Piedmont Center for Sustainability but they're laughing just the same. And by Lies. It takes lots of lies to fill a history book and here at Wackemall we need all the lies we can get if we are to ever finish this book.
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