Although philosophy has lately seemed increasingly subjective-which usually means uncertain-this book presents a neat answer to the old philosophical question: "What is truth? " It is Omnistitution. Such an answer stems from the behavior of truth itself by following its most elementary contradictions and further developing their consequences. Then, a set of categories emerge, which proves useful in tackling problems as apparently disparate as the origin of time and space, of public and private institutions, and of economic value: Logic Beyond Language provides "almost-Marxian" alternatives to Marx's own theories of money, exchange, value, and class struggle, lastly
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