I'm a philosophy student that tends to post about really serious things unseriously and about really unserious things seriously.
I was once described as a "beautiful, intelligent iguana".
How the fuck does a professor expect me to explain the a priori/a posteriori distinction, and the analytic/synthetic distinction, and how their interlacing forms a fourfold, and explain Kant’s investigation into howa priori, synthetic statements are possible, and lay all this over Russell’s distinction between knowledge by description and knowledge by acquaintance,
Seriously, it’s just like “yes, let me completely gloss over some of the most fundamental concepts in the history of philosophy [sans Russell because he sucks] and somehow be completely okay with that textual violence”. Ugh. I have too many problems with page limits.