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I am a German science blogger and I live in Muenster in Westphalia. I studied physics and meteorology, and have a degree in meteorology. Later I studied philosophy and I am Master of Arts in Philosophy. I write mainly about philosophical problems of contemporary science, and about epistemology and ethics.

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  1. Interesting. This reminds me of the later Wittgenstein, who would always implore philosophers (and scientists) to not force their thinking and describing into pre-conceived pathways, i.e. to not just think but to look. And just as the mind is not described physically, many other aspects of reality should not be expected to share the same descriptors.

    As a German philosopher, did you study much Wittgenstein? I myself am a specialist, though I also do business ethics, which gets more attention. Philosophers and scientists don’t tolerate anyone showing via logic and thought experiments how delusional they are.

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