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On Interpretations

Interpretations are only possible through language, and as we humans are the holders of language, we have an infinite number of possible interpretations within our reach. It is useless to try to understand, to explain, to judge, or to invent the meaning of the objects of our interpretation because it is impossible. The objects of our interpretation have no intrinsic meaning and interpreting only leads to the risk of permanent misinterpretation, confusion, or misunderstanding. The consequence of this is the end of our ontological freedom.


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