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On Bullshit by Harry G. Frankfurt. Read online, or download in secure PDF or secure EPUB format. It's a great essay, no question. And I love the conclusion! It's somewhat self-referential, but in a playful way. One could add an extended riff on hypothesis generation, but maybe that would be superfluous..
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JCRT 7.1 WINTER 2005 146 DOV LERNER Western Galilee College BOOK PROFILE: ON BULLSHIT A profile of Harry G. Frankfurt, On Bullshit. Princeton, NJ: The Princeton University Press,. A physicist friend of mine recently lent me a copy of Harry Frankfurt's "On Bullshit", which purports to be the only ever philosophical analysis of "bullshit". This former essay turned teeny tiny.
“Frankfurt's essay "On Bullshit"”.
In choosing bullshit for an extended conceptual analysis philosopher Harry G. Frankfurt has provided us with a gem of a book, one which will be an invaluable guide to reading any material that is designed to persuade, convince, or cajole us in to having particular beliefs. The book is small format: a mere67 pages, nine by fourteen centimeters. But it punches above its weight when it comes to.
According to FrankfurtвЂ™s analysis, bullshitting and lying necessarily differ in intention. I argue contra Frankfurt that (i) bullshitting can be lying, and that (ii) bullshitting need involve. JCRT 7.1 WINTER 2005 146 DOV LERNER Western Galilee College BOOK PROFILE: ON BULLSHIT A profile of Harry G. Frankfurt, On Bullshit. Princeton, NJ: The Princeton University Press,. вЂњThe contemporary proliferation of bullshit also has deeper sources, in various forms of skepticism which deny that we can have any reliable access to an objective reality and which therefore reject the possibility of knowing how things truly are..