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C. D. Broad Quotes: the future is simply nothing at all. Nothing has happened to the present by becoming past except that fresh slices of existence have been added to the total history of the world. The past is thus as real as the present.
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C. D. Broad Quote: As so often happens in philosophy, clever people accept a false general principle on a priori grounds and then devote endless labour and ingenuity to explaining away plain facts which obviously conflict with it.
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Quotes about C. D. Broad: Now I do not myself share that superstitious reverence for the beliefs of common sense which many contemporary philosophers profess. But I think that we must start from them, and that we ought to depart from them only when we find good reason to do so.
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Quote about C. D. Broad: ... a curious superstition. This is the belief that, if there be introspection at all, it must give exhaustive and infallible information.
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