The half-sceptic speaks like Socrates, I do know solely that I do know nothing. The entire sceptic speaks like Francisco Sanches: Haud scio me nihil scire, I don’t even know if I do know nothing.
The tip of motive is a weariness of considering. But motive is so robust that even its weariness is part of its power and we dream rationally if now we have learnt motive.
These bits are from this (uneven) quantity.
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