Pseudointellectualism

The use of that word is, in and of itself, an act of pseudointellectualism.

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4 thoughts on “Pseudointellectualism

  1. Ed Hand says:

    Are you trying to capture us in an infinite regression? It’s 9 AM and now I have a headache…

  2. Tommi says:

    This comment is false.

  3. Willow says:

    Tommi-

    No, it’s just meaningless.

  4. Tommi says:

    That, too, in this context.

    In the field of mathematics, a variation of it is used to demonstrate that so-called naive set theory is inconsistent, which is a big deal.

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