Galesburg, Wall #6
Taken up with school things. But still thinking.
"We understand then that a philosophy which rests upon inspiration and intuition, considering them as its starting point, can never be clearly distinguished from art and/or mathematics. It remains a philosophy in which the possible and relation are primary. This is what characterizes idealistic philosophies; idealism considers the possible as the primary aspect of reality (the concrete which exists is only a form of the possible, a realization limiting this possible, in short, an application or 'position')" (9).
--Marie-Dominique Philippe OP