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Thinking vs. Cognition: Hannah Arendt on the Difference Between How Art and Science Illuminate the Human Condition

"The question whether thought has any meaning at all constitutes the same unanswerable riddle as the question for the meaning of life."
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"To lose the appetite for meaning we call thinking and cease to ask unanswerable questions [is to] lose not only the ability to produce those thought-things that we call works of art but also the capacity to ask all the answerable q...

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