Author John O'Loughlin
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As implied by the 'T' of the title, this book utilizes a number of T-shaped diagrammatic structures to illustrate a framework which derives from the basic Elements and continues to necessitate recourse to an approach to philosophy which is anything but trinitarian or tripartite in character, but wholly committed to understanding life in terms of quadruplicities. Thus 'Philosophical Truth' is certainly more truthful than most philosophical systems have ever been, and a whole lot more ideologically committed, to boot, since it provides a practical means by which the theory of Social Transcendentalism could be implemented.
T is for Truth
This substantial volume of loosely aphoristic philosophy manages to live-up to its name in the way that T-like diagrammatic structures have been brought to bear on the illustration or, rather, elucidation of a philosophy heavily dependent upon quadruplicities of one kind or another for purposes of maintaining what the author holds to be a comprehensive perspective intended to do justice to every element-conditioned context. Verily, this is the way that philosophical truth makes progress.