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Maarten  Maartensz

   "If we believe absurdities,         
    we shall commit atrocities."    

                                 
        Voltaire        


    

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The philosophy on this site is either classical and then usually extensively commented by me, or personal and original and based on 45 years of reading in philosophy, logic, mathematics and science.

Also, it should be remarked that my own philosophy is in the realistic, naturalistic, scientific and analytical traditions, and that I have been thrice removed from the University of Amsterdam because I protested in the seventies and eighies against the then current postmodernism and marxism there - and in the end was forced to graduate in psychology, having been removed for the third time for asking questions:

39 Questions about the qualities
of education and government in the Netherlands

So the reader may be assured my approach in philosophy is original, dangerous enough to censor illegally and is also well formulated, and not tainted by philosophical popular poses, obscure language or nonsensical terminology, nor is it written for money or academic status - for in fact I have lost the possibilities for a career in academic Holland for because I was and am honest and brilliant, and tried to speak the truth honestly.

Maarten Maartensz

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