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A magnificent assemblage of the artwork of a sprawling sector comprising greater than 1,700 islands, together with the Philippines, Indonesia, Brunei, and jap Malaysia.
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What gets in the way of genuine understanding is often not one’s lack of intelligence, but the presence of one’s pride. Thus: ‘The edifice of your pride has to be dismantled. ’” Monk, Ludwig Wittgenstein: The Duty of Genius, p. 366. 48. Cf. ”. 49. Cf. Vincent Colapietro, “Signs and their Vicissitudes: Meaning in Excess of Consciousness and Functionality,” Semiotica 148 (April, 2004), pp. 229-43. 50. Recall in this connection a remark by Wittgenstein quoted earlier, “my thoughts were soon crippled if I tried to force them on in any single direction against their natural inclination” (Wittgenstein, Philosophical Investigations, p.