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  1. Very simply, you just need to remember that they can all be wrong, which means that all their judgments are potentially erroneous judgments, i.e. hypotheses, assumptions, i.e. an empty set of words, because you can assume anything. Therefore, the sentence about philosophers and philosophy can be, for example, like this: the judgments of all philosophers are an empty set of words, and philosophy is verbal masturbation. All philosophers agree, but not all are willing to admit it.

  2. Fit in one word, what's so petty?

    I've never understood people asking such questions. If you want to study philosophy-study, read. If you just want to show off your “mind” — this has no connection with philosophy, no matter how many times you do not fit the ideas and concepts of philosophers.

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