Sounds like Wittgenstein, but isn’t

Nothing Is Always Absolutely So

This came to me today on the Oxford Dictionary’s Word of the Day , and is associated with Theodore H. Sturgeon (1918–85, born Edward Hamilton Waldo), a U.S. science fiction writer.

Very rich in multiple meanings, it speaks in that fine musical way beyond concreteness of language, moving on into another unfixed place in our mind.

 

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