Philosophy in its true form is to utilize language the same way a mathematician utilizes numerical formulas. A mathematical problem contains its own solution. And in that same manner a philosophical question contains its own answer. To engage in a true philosophical question is to extract from it its own resolution, its own death. For in engaging with the question there is the death of the question. And in that sense philosophy becomes magick.
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